My dear friend, you and I both know that in order for something to be considered a "disorder" it must in some way negatively impact a person's life or the order of greater society.<quoted text>
The pursuit of understanding the cause of homosexuality has not ended. Moreover, if scientists and medical professionals don't know the cause, how can they determine it is not a disorder?
As a 'professional' social worker, you spout this stupidity? Scary sad.
The fact is, scientists are very close to validating that homosexuality is a epi-marker mistake. A defect.
Try your gay twirl somewhere else liar.
Homosexuality does not meet that criteria.
And regarding your "epi-marker mistake" comment, I challenge you to find an article that uses the term "epi-marker mistake". Hell, you don't even know what you're talking about. You just throw around words, hoping that people will buy it.
Scientists simply are not sure why there are gay people. But even if they do discover a reason we're here, it's not likely we're going to go anywhere.
For you to hope that scientist one day discover why there are gay people so that we can be cured is EXACTLY like a person wanting to know why there are people with black or brown skin so that they an be "cured" and turned into Caucasians.
What you're suggesting is a type of eugenics. And that's a sickening practice that only white supremacists and Hitler have been interested in.
Just let it go... We're not going to change. We're not going to go away. You're not going to cure us. There's no reason for us to be cured. We're not sick.
(One of my favorite sayings is that if homosexuality is an illness, then we should call in sick for the next 20 or 30 years)