My posts are fine. If there are errors in grammar, punctuation, or sentence structuring, they were made due to the late hour of my post. Nevertheless, apparently I was clear enough to get my point across to you.<quoted text>
First, you should proofread your posts.
Second, tell us again how you, with your little MSW degree from some no name school, are smarter than the neuroscientist whom attended Cambridge, Göttingen, and Harvard?
Third, isn't it funny how quickly you dismiss anything that doesn't reinforce your narrative? If it agrees with you it is "proven science" if it doesn't it is simply nonsense.
BTW, what agenda was the good doctor whom is homosexual pushing when he said this line of thinking was wrong?
However, your comment misrepresents my post.
I did not indicate that Dr. LeVay was out of line when he made his observation. I clearly indicated that the bioethicist, Dr. Antonio Pardo, might not be qualified to draw any conclusions regarding SSSB in animals because bioethicists do not have a deep, formal training in such matters.
If you can prove that Dr. Pardo is a specialist in the field of breeding behavior of animals, then I'd be a little more interested in what he has to say.
Regarding Simon LeVay... If you look at his work, his focus has been on human sexuality. He writes extensively about the subject. But like Dr. Pardo, he does not specialize--doesn't claim specialization--in the field of breeding behavior of animals.
Surely you would agree that educated people can hold opinions. But these opinions cannot be treated as fact until specialists test various theories.
Neither Pardo, nor LeVay, have conducted such tests.
And to be clear, I am not dismissing their opinions. Rather, I am questioning them.
From my own very brief Google research on the matter of SSSB in animals, no scientist has determined why animals exhibit SSSB. They have only observed that a large number of animals DO exhibit SSSB.
I would only add that in my opinion it isn't necessary to continue to ask the question "Why". I believe we should simply ACCEPT that SSSB in animals and humans represent a natural phenomenon.
To me, trying to understand why it is that some people/animals are attracted to members of their own gender is about as important as trying to understand why some people are drawn to the color red, while others are drawn to the color blue.
Attempting to understand homosexuality mainly has its roots in religious dogma. The only reason that people make such a big deal of the subject is because of some ancient writings and beliefs.