You claim it's a defect. Which gene is the gay one? For it to be a genetic defect an error of replication must have been made ina particualr gene or regulatory region. Which one is it?KiMare wrote:
Of course you can call sexual defects 'natural' because they occur in all species. However, most people don't bother to use 'natural', because they aren't normal, they are rare defects.
Red hair is not a defect. In fact, it is a expression of mating behavior. Homosexuality is a sterile, barren mating behavior, hence a 'defect'.
Oh, I don't expect you to believe me.
Perhaps you have a validated explanation of evolution, mating behavior, mutation, or genetic defect that debunks my post?
I didn't think so.
I don't expect any more of an answer from your pathetic little self than the first dozen times I asked you this question.
I have pointed out at least half a dozen mistakes about your use of genetic terms and proven beyond all doubt you don't have the slightest clue. After straightening you out on some of these things I watched you try to twist them up into your little troll routine. You know (epigentics)? You had no idea what that meant and actually you still don't because you are misusing the term. But if you go back through the thread you can see where I point it out and then a day or so later where you start touting it as if you know what the hell it is.
Hell, you are sitting here saying chimerism is a genetic mutation when nothing could be further from the truth. Of course, if you truly were one of the 34 known male-female chimeras to have ever existed you would know this already. But you're just a liar and a troll.
But since you want to say it's not natural, let's examine the black swan. Over 25% of male black swans are homosexual. They male-male pair bond and steal eggs from male-female couple to raise as their own. The female of the pair bond from which the egg was stolen quickly re-lays another egg. This increases the total population and is an engine of evolution. How's that for evolution and mating behavior?
Is more than quarter of the population a rare trait? Is behavior found in nature "unnatural"?
You are the one who says gay is a mutation. Which gene is mutated. Hell, this is the age of genomics. Which base is mutated and is it a substitution, deletion or some other form of copy error? Is it regulated at the DNA or RNA, or transcriptional or post-transcriptional level? What enzymatic pathways does this gene interact with? You are saying it's a mutation and a defect. Put up or shut up. Which gene is mutated? Where is the defect? Since your the expert on mutations and the gay genes, clue us all in.
Not that I expect anything other than more of the same troll BS that you have been up to for 40k pages now.
Around and around we go. More obfuscation and lying by KiMary.