Homosexuality: The Procreative-argument Against It....... [a 'Liberal', Non-religious, Scientific? , Layman's Perspective 'Supporting' Homosexuality; SHORT]
Some have said being gay or lesbian is against the procreative plan of God.
It may seem at first a fine argument. But I think some more...and it seems odd.
In bee societies some members procreate, while others have other jobs.
In some mammal groups only certain males get to service the female mobs.
And what about humans who “find” no mates or are born sterile, as they say?
It may be, if there IS a God, that She has other roles for some of us to play.
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