View Poll Results: Homosexuality - your opinion?

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  • Sick, a disease, not normal.

    54 40.91%
  • As long as they stay away from me, it's ok

    37 28.03%
  • We should tolerate it.

    41 31.06%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kreis AnnA View Post
    Informed consent is an entirely subjective idea.

    Pedophilia is also a completely made up idea.

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    Yeah, good argument.

    I'd expect as much.

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    "Homosexual Behavior Largely Shaped By Genetics And Random Environmental Factors"
    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0628205430.htm

    Sorry if the link has been posted already, I'm too lazy to skim through all the pages of the topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geribeetus View Post
    The fact that they've had girlfriends shows that at one point they were indeed attracted to women. What was the change? It was a willing change. When one explores anything for a length of time they will become interested in it. I hate rap music now, but if I listened to it for a few months, it would be my new favorite genre. The same thing happens with homosexuality. All the homosexuals I've ever known were hetereosexual when they were young and homosexual later on. This is because nature takes less and less importance over us as we age, arguably, and society (especially when individualism is promoted so fervently) takes more.
    That's one of the most untrue statements I've heard. The majority of gay people I've met say the exact opposite. Dating women, or men, does not make them any less gay, it usually means they're trying to abide by society's view of what is an acceptable orientation.

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    I don't personally have any problem with homosexuals. I feel that within reason* what people do in their bedrooms is their business and not mine.

    *within reason = consensual and not involving children, animals, the mentally handicapped, etc. Abuse of power in sexual relationships disgusts me.

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    this is a subject that is certainly going to bring up lots of ideals. I am from the camp that thinks homos are sick and wrong, but what people do in their own homes does not effect me or my children. It is obvious that people would simply cease to exist if there was no heteros. So from this observation i think our survival depends on heterosexual relationships. That is something that is not ideals or faith based it is just a fact.

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    I think it is extremely unlikely that everyone will stop engaging in procreative heterosexual relationships even if homosexuality were universally tolerated, even if the most insane claims of gay activists were included in grade school curricula, and even if homosexuality were advertised on television.

    The notion that tolerance of homosexuality is a significant threat to population levels presumes that everyone is a really a closeted homosexual and that heterosexuality is an unnatural condition that people only reluctantly engage in due to social and legal pressures, as certain flaky feminists have argued. I think most of us can find evidence to the contrary in our own libidos.
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    "Society's Attitudes Have Little Impact On Choice Of Sexual Partner":

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0616101119.htm

    A unique new study from the Swedish medical university Karolinska Institute (KI) suggests that the attitude of families and the public have little impact on if adults decide to have sex with persons of the same or the opposite sex. Instead, hereditary factors and the individual's unique experiences have the strongest influence on our choice of sexual partners.
    "How bisexuality is passed on in the genes":
    http://www.newscientist.com/channel/...the-genes.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loddfafner View Post
    I think it is extremely unlikely that everyone will stop engaging in procreative heterosexual relationships even if homosexuality were universally tolerated, even if the most insane claims of gay activists were included in grade school curricula, and even if homosexuality were advertised on television.

    The notion that tolerance of homosexuality is a significant threat to population levels presumes that everyone is a really a closeted homosexual and that heterosexuality is an unnatural condition that people only reluctantly engage in due to social and legal pressures, as certain flaky feminists have argued. I think most of us can find evidence to the contrary in our own libidos.
    I disagree, as there is an aspect here that you haven't taken into account. Promotion of homosexuality encourages the view of sexuality merely as a pasttime, and such a hedonistic view does nothing good for the maintenance of traditional family structures. It's another part of the general overstress on the individual and his or her whims and fancies, and to hell with Society.

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    I don't have anything against gays. Gays can be productive citizens and contribute to the national cause. It's not obligatory to have children to contribute, although it is the simplest way. Hitler didn't have any children either. Gays shouldn't be thrown into the same category with foreigners and race traitors, because they don't act against the race.

    Not to say I approve of gay parades, but saying homosexuality is degenerate because of gay parades is like saying heterosexuality is degenerate because of the pornography and sexobsessed culture of the modern era.

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    lei.talk asked me to state this here:

    In the foreword of Introduzione alla magia come scienza dell'Io by Evola and the Group of Ur (german version 1985 page 11) it is stated that Sibilla Aleramo worked her affair with Evola up, in giving him the name Bruno Tellegra in her book Amo, dunque sono in which she additionally gives an insight about the founding of the Group di Ur and her affair with Luce (Giulio Parise), who appears as Luciano in this book.

    Evola was definitely not homosexual.
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