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#133 - killedkenny
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(05/12/2012) [-]
From a biological stand-point, it's not right. That's it. But if I want to marry a man, I can and I should. There's way too many people anyway so why not keep the births down a bit...   
   
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From a biological stand-point, it's not right. That's it. But if I want to marry a man, I can and I should. There's way too many people anyway so why not keep the births down a bit...

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User avatar #159 to #133 - killedkenny
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(05/12/2012) [-]
It's nice to see some educated conversations going on in here. I like this, except for the odd troll here and there.
User avatar #152 to #133 - MitsukiOokami
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From a biological standpoint... there are many species of animals that exhibit homosexual and bisexual tendencies. It's nature's population control.
User avatar #156 to #152 - killedkenny
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You're right, but I'm only saying that in a general sense, or in the case where a certain specie is balanced, it is biologically "faulty", I can't think of a different word.
#236 to #156 - MitsukiOokami
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"It is best not to question Nature, merely understand her." --(Name Omitted)
Quote from somebody I know personally. In other words, it's not a big deal either way. Humans are in no way going to be underpopulated unless something catastrophic happens that wipes out most of our race, and even then there are ways to assist in repopulation.
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#138 to #133 - captan **User deleted account**
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User avatar #154 to #138 - killedkenny
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True, maybe it's nature's way to help control the population. I think it was George Carlin who said that the earth has a bad case of the humans, or something of that sort.
User avatar #143 to #138 - killedkenny
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(05/12/2012) [-]
Well it is a fault in the DNA, but yes, maybe keep it at 4 or 5 billion.