And by statement about bi-directional perspective, you think that someone would agree with you.
I am sorry there isn't enough context here to have a conclusion and i prefer not to jump to any.
When talking about a human populous where no two individuals are alike, the term normal really losses its meaning.
So saying a human is abnormal is like saying water is wet.
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You said homosexuality isn't normal, because it is unusual, i say what is your point? Lots of people are abnormal because they are unusual. I Betty there is something about you that is unusual and therefore abnormal.
gay people normally have 10 fingers, 10 toes, one head, so on. That just really defines them as a rather usual human being. When you look at just their sexuality yes they are going to seem abnormal, just like if you just looked at someone's dexterity left handed people would be abnormal, or people with red hair would look abnormal compared with people that have colors of hair other than red.
You are proving that people are unique and that normal and abnormal have no meaning when applied to a species that is so vastly diverse as humans.
Depending upon which definition of "normal" you are looking at homosexuality may or may not be considered normal. It certainly not normal insofar as it does not occur at the top of the bell curve. But not falling into a "normal" frequency does not make a given thing unnatural. Pink lakes are natural but rare also.Originally Posted by http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/normal?show=0&t=1379187531
"Never fear. Him is here" - Captain Chaos (Dom DeLuise), Cannonball Run
Mace Windu: Then our worst fears have been realized. We must move quickly if the Jedi Order is to survive.
Advocacy in public would include advocating non traditional behavior as normal within public institutions that me or my children are compelled to use such as the schools and courts, and also in a chosen profession as when one is forced to service an event that advocates for a moral position I disagree with. (see thread about primacy of rights).