No. What I said was that since one of the factors generally accepted as a "cause" of homosexuality is environment, then a greater number of homesexuals in that environment could concievably create a greater chance of homosexuality in developeing children.Do you really think that homosexuality is somehow more desirable a sexuality than heterosexuality? Personally, even though I am all for homosexuals having the right to marry their partners, I myself would not "convert" to homosexuality, even if I thought it was possible, nor would I "teach" my children to be homosexual. I will teach my children that it is okay to be either homosexual or heterosexual or bisexual, but that it should be based on who they are attracted to, not who someone says they should be attracted to.
It all depends on your point of view. Along with environmental factors being a cause of homosexuality, there are most likely environmental inhibitors as well. The stigmas associated, for example. What happens when these inhibitors are eradicated?Also, how does homosexuals having the right to marry lead to teaching people to be homosexual? Homosexuality is already legal, and homosexuals are raising children, both their own biological children and adopted children. I just can't see your reasoning here.