I'm going to use a line that has been used on me for years: the burden of proof is on you.<quoted text>You do not think their is conclusive evidence for evolution.
But if their was, what you would consider conclusive evidence, would that affect your stance one bit?
The evidence science has on the matter leads them to conclude it is innate for the time being. Now if you have some evidence to show the claim as wrong, lets see it.
Their is not many in the relating fields that think homosexuality is not innate. Maybe a tiny handful, that also think Noah's ark is real.
Schools teach the science that is of consensus with professionals, not the religious fanatics.
But the thing is, schools are mainly speaking of bullying homosexuals. Are you telling me that teaching this is wrong? Are you saying they should not condemn bullying?
No matter what your book of superstitions says about the matter, no scientific evidence shows one should be bullied about for their legal sexual preferences.
Now if you can show the schools are teaching something that is false, please show us, and be specific. Otherwise, you are just moaning about something that is likely not even happening.
As far as bullying, no I don't think it's right to bully the lifestyle choice of homosexuality. Or any other lifestyle choice. If one chooses to abandon modern life and retire to the mountains to live off the land, he will be thought of as weird and jokes will be made for sure, but that isn't right either. But I also don't expect this mountain man to try to get laws changed and expect everyone else to conform to his way of life either. Nor do I expect him to push for classes to be taught to the youth about his lifestyle choice to make it seem more acceptable to society.