Homosexual ‘choice’ makes no difference

Homosexual ‘choice’ makes no difference

When discussing gay rights I often find myself embroiled in the choice vs ‘born that way’ arguments.  I have spent years explaining the biology of genetics and the science which shows strongly that homosexuality is at least strongly influenced by biology (i. e. no or very little choice).

I am now labeling that exercise and those discussions a completely irrelevant waste of time.  I no longer care and no one else should.  Very simply since I am hetero I can choose to marry whom ever I want to , old/young (within reason, skinny/normal/plump, blond/brunette, brown/black/tan/white/??, bald/brunette/blond, etc. . In exactly the same vein why should my choices be limited due to the sex of the person I choose as long as they consent to the event?

I expect that the counter arguments will center on “well then what if i prefer sheep can I marry one?” and “well what if I want to marry 12 women?”.  On the former sheep (as well as the underage) cannot ‘consent’ and therefore are excluded.  On the latter because of the legal implications of marriage making a change to allow polygamy or polyandry would be practically complex.   If this discussion is one we want to have as a society we could do so and I do not see that it would be impossible to implement in time.  The ‘poly’ questions however are independent of the same sex questions, either could be done without the other.

 

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