--See how you lie through omission? I never claimed that defects prevent a happy life. I said that gays cannot be defective because we live a happy, fulfilling, AND productive life. I also added (on a later post) that gays do not require any kind of device to help us live such a life.<quoted text>
First you claimed defects prevent a happy life (one of your lies),
Now you claim they 'require' a cure or elimination. If defects require anything, it is facing the reality of them honestly and fearlessly. Something most homosexuals fail to do. Hence a life built on denial of a defect that has no cure or elimination.
The above paragraph is a synopsis of what I say about homosexuality on here.
Once again, please post where I have promoted the elimination of homosexuals.
Why are you afraid to admit your defect? Instead, you pretend and try to force others to call duplicate genders the same as diverse genders. You throw children off the bus without a thought. You extol gay 'pride' parades as expressions of normalcy, and are embarrassed when pictures expose their depravity. You deny the Bible and science. You abdicate your character with constant lies and childish arguments. The list goes on.
What are you afraid of?
Try not to ensnare yourself in the future.
--I have not claimed that defects require a cure or elimination. You are the one who has consistently said that homosexuality represents a sexual defect; one that is related to "epi-marker mistakes". You said that this "defect" is the primary reason scientists are working to find the cause of homosexuality. And now that they've zeroed in on the "epi-marker mistake" issue, they are close to a cure.
I simply deduced from your comment that you are hopeful that scientists will discover a cure for the "sexual defect" of homosexuality.
--I am not afraid to admit anything. I am genetically predisposed to having high cholesterol. I have to wear reading glasses to work crossword puzzles and read fine print. My joints pop and crack if I sit in one place too long.
But being gay IS NOT a defect. It never interfered with my life. Confronting homophobia and homophobes (for lack of better words) HAS been a problem. But I've never had to call into work and say, "I'm too gay to come to work today. I'll get a note from the doctor." I've never had to find a "Gays only" parking spot outside of Wal-Mart. Being gay has never required me to walk with a cane or a walker. I've never needed a seeing-gay-eye-dog in order to maneuver the grocery store.
Being gay has not impacted my life in any way. Therefore, it is not a defect.
--I'm not embarrassed by photos of Gay Pride Parades. It pisses me off when news channels and other media outlets RUSH to post photos of naked men at pride parades--leading people to believe that we're all interested in one thing.
It's like women who hate that various media continuously imply that they're not beautiful unless they're 5'10 and weigh 110 lbs.
It's like the African American community hates when media will look for and find the most inarticulate person in a crowd to interview and describe what took place after a news-worthy event.
These are not examples of embarrassment. These are examples of detesting stereotypes.
--I DO have concerns when it comes to mankind's reliance on scripture. To go to it over and over, instead of asking God directly, instead of relying on faith... That concerns me. As I've said many times before, I believe man thinks of the Books of the Bible as a rule book for life. And I don't think that was God's intention.
--Never questioned science... Never have... Rather, I constantly question YOUR interpretation of scientific findings. You are quick to leap to conclusions based on a THEORY that has been presented by a scientist.
If you're going to accuse me of certain acts and beliefs, you need to make sure you've got it right.
And finally, answer the question...