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#304 - Kekuchi
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(12/13/2012) [-]
So, what do you guys think, is homosexuality a choice, or is it a natural occurrence?
#434 to #304 - heartlessrobot
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I think it's a natural occurrence, but in some cases might be a choice.
#425 to #304 - fukkentyranitar
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I couldn't give a **** if I tried to. It's none of my business.
#384 to #304 - hammeria
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I think genetics, I mean bats or penguins dont think of stuff like that, yet there is homosexuality among them ( and all other animals, duh)
#394 to #384 - Kekuchi
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You know what would be interesting? If research could have tagged those same animals that experienced homosexual relations and followed them around to see if they were strictly interested in the same sex, that would be something wouldn't it?
#396 to #394 - hammeria
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yeah, but look - penguins find only one mate for their whole lifetime. they tend to choose males. So do elephants, there are many animals with only one mate.
#400 to #396 - Kekuchi
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That's pretty interesting. I should research to see if they maintained a life-long homosexual relationship. That would be enlightening.
#402 to #400 - hammeria
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There was a case few years ago of the NY (or something) zoo that the new male penguins that were brought to mate with the females got with each other. funny
#408 to #402 - Kekuchi
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That's unlucky for the zoo's penguin investment :P Any idea what year it was from, would be great to read up on that.
#422 to #408 - hammeria
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"The behaviour is not considered unusual because homosexuality has been well documented in the animal kingdom."
#420 to #408 - hammeria
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cant find it anywhere but it was quite long ago... here is a german couple http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/story/2009/06/05/gay-penguins-adopt005.html
#379 to #304 - thisotherdude
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Choise, genetic, it doesn't really matter to me, as long as they don't break into my house and **** on my couch... Again.
#381 to #379 - thisotherdude
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*Choice
#359 to #304 - whyisthissohard **User deleted account**
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#371 to #359 - Kekuchi
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Fair enough
#372 to #371 - whyisthissohard **User deleted account**
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#376 to #372 - Kekuchi
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No not really. You are what you are.
It was just a question and I wanted to see what kind of responses and mind set the readers had. Not really interested in an answer to the aged question that is "Is it against nature?", but how the answers were worded and if people were simply pouring out emotions into text or maintaining composure.
You were brilliant :)
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#370 to #349 - Kekuchi
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Do you always like to answer questions with questions?
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#342 to #304 - DisgruntledTomato
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If it was a choice every ******* bloke would be gay. Proposition do you:
A) Spend loads of money courting a girl into liking you, get married and have kids. The arguments, the family, the menstrual cycle.
B) Hang with your bestfriend all day and get blowjobs.

#369 to #342 - Kekuchi
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There are so many things wrong with your comment that it would take more characters than this box would allow to scratch the surface of that mentality.
#340 to #304 - appleboom
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All credible studies show that it isn't a genetic thing, not that that ends the debate.
#368 to #340 - Kekuchi
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Reasonable and mutual view on the matter.
#331 to #304 - deezknuts
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its not genetic, obviously a gay gene wouldn't get passed down

it's just who you are, everyone has a low probability of being gay when they are born if you consider how their instinctual urges are embedded when they develop in the womb. low probability means a small percent of people will, in fact, be born gay.


so it's really just an unlikely, yet completely natural occurence
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#407 to #374 - deezknuts
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no, what i'm saying is that through a long period of evolution homosexuality cannot be genetic

you would have blue eyes since somebody in your genetic history had blue eyes.

nobody in anyone's direct genetic history was ever fully homosexual, or their genes wouldn't pass down to the recipient

that particular factor would not pass down since homosexuals do not reproduce (if they did, they would not be homosexual) therefor the "gay gene" would be eliminated evolutionarily.


those who do not reproduce do not provide genetic influence for further generations


im saying its just a random selection of your biological makeup, and you have a much higher chance of being stright. that doesnt make homosexuality wrong, it just makes it less likely.


it's natural and random
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#748 to #416 - deezknuts
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that doesn't do these things:
1. make any sense
2. prove that homosexualty can be passed down geneticallly
3. hold any relevance to the evolutionary concepts that i had previously mentioned

MAZAHS

argument\

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#750 to #749 - deezknuts
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no i'm saying that since homosexuals do not reproduce, a gay gene could not survivce in evolution



think about it:
lets just say hypothetically that blue eyed people are no longer able to reproduce (just like homosexuals cannot reproduce)
if everyone who had blue eyes suddenly stopped reproducing, after a while, we would see a decline in the number of people with blue eyes

sure some of the people who held the recessive blue eye gene would get blue eyes, BUT according to the condition that they cannot reproduce, we would eventually (over a period of centuries) see a decline in the number of blue eyued people until none of them exist.
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#753 to #751 - deezknuts
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Oh now i see what you are getting at, (wish you would have clarified, would have saved a lot of time)

if you're trying to get at a hormonal inbalance, where the boy inherits gay and feminine attitude and personality, that would be a hormonal inbalance rather than a genetic impulse

genes dont just go do whatever they **** well please.


if you consider that gene, it sounds like it would really kick ass evolutionarily
AND THAT'S THE PROBLEM
if that gene were to exist, it would ******* dominate the evolutionary tree, all the bitches would be fertile since all the fertile ones would survive and all the non fertile ones would die out.

then that gene would be everywhere, EVERYWHERE

and then there would be homosexuals EVERYWHERE

but there AREN'T

so the gene doesn't EXIST
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#755 to #754 - deezknuts
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"Though this study does not identify a specific gay gene, which probably does not exist,"


******* huh.
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#759 to #757 - deezknuts
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My comment:- "its not genetic, obviously a gay gene wouldn't get passed down "


Your Article:- "Though this study does not identify a specific gay gene, which probably does not exist,"


******* dude...
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#756 to #755 - deezknuts
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my thesis:
>no gay gene

this article:
>no gay gene


/debate
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#760 to #758 - deezknuts
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your thesis: it's one (hypothetical) gene
inb4 ******** about "consider this gene"

your article: its not one gene


where the **** are you even going with this?
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#763 to #762 - deezknuts
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and i'm just making sure you know that you defeated yourself with your own evidence



like steppin on a rake
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#767 to #764 - deezknuts
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also no im saying you claimed it was one gene, one ******* gene
one
mother
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hypothetical
gene



******* one goddamn dick cunt pussy sucking gene
the article says it isnt


please stop posting now im busy doing cool **** im not supposed tpo
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#769 to #768 - deezknuts
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10,000 ********** of pure rustle
#765 to #764 - deezknuts
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no shut up


we ended this remember


go to bed
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#367 to #331 - Kekuchi
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I think the term you were thinking of was heredity. And I see where you're coming from.
#326 to #304 - ooimilesoo
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Homosexuality is acquired socially or emotionally, not genetically as the supposed 'gay gene' has been shown to not exist

pic epic, but unrelated
#330 to #326 - ooimilesoo
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Edit: I am wrong, it's epigenetic which is basically environment affecting on cellular changes during gestation and birth :D
#366 to #330 - Kekuchi
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That's what I came across as well, in terms of well thought through studies. Still the debate goes on :)
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#319 to #304 - douevensax
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#318 to #304 - yoink
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Natural occurrence. My brother is gay and he says he cant help but feel attracted to men
#317 to #304 - trandhal
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Think it's just as much choice as being male/female.   
   
Meaning, not a choice at all.   
   
I'm glad I know how to swim, cause there be a red sea of thumbs approaching
Think it's just as much choice as being male/female.

Meaning, not a choice at all.

I'm glad I know how to swim, cause there be a red sea of thumbs approaching
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#315 to #304 - romeosdistress
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I'm pansexual. I've never felt like I had a choice in who I find attractive, I simply just do.
#365 to #315 - Kekuchi
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Interesting, didn't know that, should read up on random things again
#781 to #365 - romeosdistress
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The way I see it(or at least as it has been my experience), attraction to the same sex is the same exact thing as attraction to the opposite. There really is no difference. You have no real control over how it works, you just happen to find some people attractive and some people not.

You ever have a crush on someone(or maybe that's too strong a word, maybe you just thought they were kinda hot or something) but your friends thought you were crazy for thinking as such, telling you that they thought that person was ugly? Or maybe vice versa? It's the same deal. You have no real control over it, it just happens.

The way I like to describe pansexuality is: bisexuality is when you like males and females, with pansexuality you like males, females, and everything in between. Basically I'm Capt. Jack Harkness is what I'm saying. XP
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#313 to #304 - pipedt
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The gay gene
#311 to #304 - craaabs
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I think ******* miracles, man.
#297 - otik
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#346 to #297 - ahahalolz
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way to run a train on dat pussy
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#288 - cometfire
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What irks me the most is that, as a christian, people automatically assume I hate gays. Not true. We are supposed to not like the act of homosexuality. and that's all. But may I point out "love your fellow man?" "Treat those as you would like to be treated yourself?"   
   
My cousin, sister in law, and some of my dearest friends are homosexual, and I have not only supported them in there time of need, but have even fought for there rights. I helped so my cousin could still be with his boyfriend. Because they are human too. and I love them direly. I may not support homosexuality itself, but I support human rights.    
I wouldn't want to be judged or treated differently by my beliefs or actions, so I don't do it to others. It's the right thing to do.
What irks me the most is that, as a christian, people automatically assume I hate gays. Not true. We are supposed to not like the act of homosexuality. and that's all. But may I point out "love your fellow man?" "Treat those as you would like to be treated yourself?"

My cousin, sister in law, and some of my dearest friends are homosexual, and I have not only supported them in there time of need, but have even fought for there rights. I helped so my cousin could still be with his boyfriend. Because they are human too. and I love them direly. I may not support homosexuality itself, but I support human rights.
I wouldn't want to be judged or treated differently by my beliefs or actions, so I don't do it to others. It's the right thing to do.
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#465 to #362 - cometfire
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Ohai! <3
#356 to #288 - vycanismajoris
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&quot;Because they are human too&quot;. So you only love humans? Nothing else? Fine then.
"Because they are human too". So you only love humans? Nothing else? Fine then.
#464 to #356 - cometfire
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I love animals too
I love animals too
#339 to #288 - deezknuts
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thats neat and all, but you should also attempt to understand what's really important in the bible (which i think you do. you nailed the whole "love others and dont be a dick" thing that jesus was saying). the passages about homosexuality originate from leviticus, a book of high jewish law.

really, as christians, we shouldn't give a **** about homosexuality, since we don't follow high jewish laws., or at least it shouldnt be a big deal

and i'm not calling you out or anything, i totally agree with your actions and i think you are awesome for being supportive of others.

im just saying that it really is unneccessary for anyone to even consider homosex to be abnormal or unnatural.


but you deserve ultimate respect for your actions.
also i like your shirt.
#323 to #288 - douevensax
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Thank you. I was unable to put my beliefs into words and you just did.
#308 to #288 - Kekuchi
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"I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it."
- Evelyn Beatrice Hall
#305 to #288 - lorddotcom
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I helped my lesbian ex get a girlfriend, does that count?
#284 - darudelink
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Love Dr.Seuss, the man knew a lot about life and how to live it well.
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#278 - anon
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this is not F.U.N
#267 - mexirican
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this comic brought to you by christianmingle.com
#333 to #267 - deezknuts
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well, i thought this comment was funny
#361 to #333 - mexirican
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thank you sir
#257 - datgermanguy
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That's ******* heartwarming
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#254 - lincolnpenis
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Oh please, the world already loves lesbians anyway, but the ones who don't matter happen to be the ones that have control of whether gay marriage is allowed. SOME SAD **** YO!
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#245 - pineappletime
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this is the third feel post I've seen now. in a row.   
but it's the only one that actually made me feel.   
god I love Dr. Seuss.
this is the third feel post I've seen now. in a row.
but it's the only one that actually made me feel.
god I love Dr. Seuss.
#244 - vorpike
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T.a.T.u!
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