The debate "Dalton7532 Being gay is not normal. It is not right to be gay." was started by
June 3, 2016, 10:42 pm.
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Please by all means prove this claim.
Evil women will abandon their own children to follow the orders of a rich gay man, or a female in his alliance already lavish with luxuries. Homosexual sodomy pays extremely well in US society.
Engaging in hypothetical is not how debates are supposed to go. We are not in a world where homosexual intercourse leads to procreation. That said saying that homosexuality is not natural because it doesn't lead to procreation is also wrong. Homosexuality naturally does not lead to procreation that statement stands by itself. it is not a way of proving that homosexuality is unnatural. In truth homosexuality is prevalent in species other than humans however this also does not mean that homosexuality is natural among humans. homosexuality has a moral factor which is determined by your beliefs. if you do not wish to be homosexual that is your right. conversely if you identify as homosexual this to should be you right. as long as ones actions does not hurt those around you
I do not care what society thinks. I don't have a problem with people being gay, and I would stay straight. :)
Looking at your first post, no I wouldn't be able to suppress the feelings, but I wouldn't be compelled to act on them. Everyone has struggles after all.
Basically, that it was I was trying to imply, yes. I'm just wondering how you would react in this situation.
So in a world in which I remained a heterosexual, and instead of allowing for procreation and being a natural way of life, it is not. I guess in other words hetero and homo change places.
But would you try to change the way you feel attracted to people to satisfy the feelings of society?
If homosexuality was the way the world worked, and that was the natural way of life, I wouldnt be opposed.
Going off of that, I'm guessing you probably feel more comfortable with heterosexual relationships. So hypothetically, if being homosexual was the norm in society and was promoted by your religion, and was the only means of reproduction, would you feel like you were "wrong" for being heterosexual? How would you react to being criticized for the way you feel towards personal relationships?
In lines with my favorite quote, fallacies remain fallacies even after becoming fashions. I personally don't care about the sexual orientation of individuals, but that doesnt mean I am open to the idea of homosexuality. Even if it were the norm, I wouldn't follow it out of religious adherence and frankly practicality (as a heterosexual relationship produces children).
Those are my personal beliefs, and I guess not open to too much argument beyond pure philosophy. I like your original question/argument though poptart.
yeah, this app removes all punctuation from thread titles. I don't know why.
I wasn't trying to imply that he is gay.
The statement I posted was something dalton7532 stated. It was a quote from him. what I was asking is if being gay was the norm, would Dalton stay straight since he seems to feel that way, or would he choose to become gay to conform to society's expectations.
dalton is a gay? ok i think it shouldnt matter to anybody since being a gay is legal.
of course he would! conformity is apparently the American way lol.
but kudos, excellent argument.
Dalton, if you were told being straight was not normal, and that it was wrong, would you stop loving who you felt you should love to conform with society's feelings?