If there's a god, damn it she won't mind.
If there's a god, baby she won't mind.
Tired of elections being between the lesser of two evils.When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser. -Socrates
Social norms are absolute?
No. No, they are not.
Society can feel to do whatever it wants.
Why should polygamists and incestic people care for your belief in normality? Oh hoh, are you bigoted, perhaps?
I voted its not wrong but unnatural if it were natural two men or women could procreate.
People are against murder because they don't like it. Doesn't mean it's wrong, right? Like =/= absolute.
Why do you believe what you believe? Can you even prove it? What makes your belief better than an unlikeable belief that also can't be proven? Popularity?
I just want to point out that something naturally occurring in animals or humans does not necessarily equate to normal. Many traits found in creatures can be considered a flaw yet be naturally occurring. Many genes can be affected by all sorts of influences that end with a negative result.
Now before you start bashing me and claim that I am saying being gay is a flaw I am just asking persons to keep an open mind and consider that it is possible it may be found in time to be just that. Now Im not saying that it is wrong or unacceptable only that it may be a defect in biology. We will often times base our acceptance on the end result. For example say X gene is known to cause a high percentage of cancer, we would consider that to be a flaw. However if X gene made us live 40% longer we would consider that a positive gene and not a flaw but in reality they both could be flaws. Its just one has a positive outcome and the other negative by our views.
You are talking about insects which are very different from us. I already indicated that we can not only look at animals and that the closer the relation the more usueful. You still deployed the strawman, anyway. Wow!
Which are not that different than the reproductive systems of bonobos, bison or even penguins, IN THIS CASE. None of those species can procreate through same sex couplings. You have not identified a relevant distinction.My arguments come from biology and the design and function of the human reproductive system.