Phoenix, you do have a point. I do not deny that. The problem is, there are people who actually choose to be gay. And saying homosexuality is normal within the animal kingdom... Maybe it is, but that is like comparing apples to oranges-- humans are the only species on Earth that has the ability to think further than "kill, eat, procreate". I harbor no beef or animosity towards you or Erik. I have said that I am open to changing my position on the matter, that is, when and/or if I am shown the proper evidences proving that.Phoenix Sosa wrote:The Hero of Man...
I will use penguins as an example. Penguins were found to be homosexual. Many animals in the animal kingdom are homosexual. Can you explain that? I don't understand when people say that homosexuality is a choice like I can all of a sudden like dick on Tuesday and go back to p***y the next day. It doesn't work like that. The same thing with attraction. You can't all of a sudden like women you don't find attractive. I used to try to find black women attractive, but it just won't happen. It is not meant to happen. Nothing you can do can make me attracted to them. You can choose to buy things. You can choose to go back to sleep when your alarm clock is set wrong, but you can't choose what sex you find attractive like it's a light switch.
Obviously, homosexuality is not normal. Homosexuality is just like any other mutation or defect. It happens in all organisms. Other animals have two heads and so do some humans at birth. That's just what happens. Homosexuality isn't that hard to figure out. Only 1 million people on Earth are homosexual, so it is not that big of a problem. 6 billion people on Earth.
You keep saying it's a choice, but how about you choose to like guys for sex now. Would you? I doubt it.
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The former mental health counselor I'm corresponding with liked your post above and had this to say about one of your points:
Indeed a very profound essay. I was particularly touched by the last paragraph, a thought I have pondered myself many times--as to how few people actually "crack" under the oppression of the system. I am not sure if this is due to an innate inner peace so much as it is due to the great societal pressure to conform, however. Occasionally some people DO crack and there is a mass killing and this is rehashed ad nauseam in the news as a sensationalistic horror and then is quickly replaced by the next horrific occurrence, whether it be man-made or a natural disaster or Herman Cain's current lead in the Republican primary polls.
I ended up ordering the book he mentioned--sounds like a good read.
I jokingly would take issue with only one statement and that is the notion that "shrinks charge over one-hundred dollars an hour to pretend to be someone's friend." Actually, most charge much more than that and most shrinks make NO pretenses of even being friendly. People are seen by them for an average of 6-7 minutes, asked a few questions about their condition and given prescriptions for medications and quickly ushered out like a product on a production line. There is little pretense of friendliness--and I speak from experience, having known hundreds of psychiatrists and sitting in on over a thousand psychiatric interviews. Just as an example, and this is something I was mistakenly reported for at work, I was sitting in as a psychiatrist interviewed a middle-aged black woman in distress. It was around the time of the year anniversary of her son's drive-by shooting death and she was naturally having a lot of bad memories about this. Of course, this woman was not "squeaky-clean" in the psychiatric sense, either, as she was a crack Cocaine user--but she did have other real issues. After she confessed her sorrow regarding the anniversary of her son's death, the examining psychiatrist retorted, "Isn't it about time you were getting over that?""
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