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Science is now attempting to normalize homosexuality by claiming that it is an inherited trait.

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So, now both parents are gay and they pro-create?
And being an incel is also genetic?
There is no evolutionary benefit to either, therefore it would be selected out.

I would be surprised if there were no genetic contribution.

One day the scientists will be looking through the microscope at the right time, and we’ll discover that it’s caused by mom hearing a show tune during fertilization, causing the chromosomes to come together like chorus lines. This is immediately before the stork arrives to deliver the soul.

Could it be that they are looking at it backwards. Which is the cart and which is the horse?

Do genetics affect outcome/behavior? Or do perhaps, our behaviors (and those of our ancestors) affect our genetic predispositions? Or perhaps it is more symbiotic and they go hand-in-hand…

“…visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me…”

Inherited trait? You mean like autism, cancer, and other birth defects? So with the left championing the right to murder children in the womb, I’m wondering when we can detect this “gay genetic defect” and start aborting gay babies…

Yup, for years and years all we heard is that gays were just made that way, at birth. It was part and parcel of their very personhood. It couldn’t be changed, it couldn’t be “pray the gay away’ed”, it wasn’t even up to them. It just was.

Except now you can be anything. And you can change it daily. And you can be gay, straight, in-between, with animals, so on and so forth, and it all just depends on your mood of the day.

They act like we have no memory. Everyone is perpetually 12 years old and has no memory or knowledge of recent history and just accepts whatever changing story is being told today.

There are multiple studies that claim there are physical differences (size & structure) between heterosexual vs. homosexual brains. Some studies say the right hemisphere is smaller in gays, some say a region of the hypothalamus is different. Unfortunately we’ve come to a day & age where research funding is tied to a predetermined result so who knows what is the truth anymore. Keyser Soze asks the key question: if these differences are real, are they caused by the behavior or do they cause the behavior? D then asks the next logical question.

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