Now who's backpedaling? You have said repeatedly that gays are "broken". Don't make me pour through your thousands of comments here to make you eat your words. You know you've said it repeatedly.KiMare wrote:
It does say that 'normally' epi-markers are erased. Those not in denial understand that when something 'normal' doesn't happen in a genetic setting, it creates a mutation. A mutation is 'judged' defective when it cannot self-replicate, OR when it has no practical purpose.
Ss orientation cannot replicate, and it has no practical evolutionary purpose.
I keep warning you VV, that this exposure is coming, and the attempt of equate a 'not normal' condition with marriage will be exposed as incredibly foolish.
First off, you deliberately distorted what I said. Why does a legitimate cause need that deceit??? You never answer that question VV.
Of course homosexuals can procreate. Just not within their orientation, as I said. So the reality remains. That lack of ability within orientation is a clear indication of a defect.
Second, while it could be true homosexuality has a purpose, the fact remains there still is no valid reason, and science is quickly confirming it as a epi-marker mistake.
All this exposes your denial about my purpose here; Exposing your deceit and BS. Over and over. And trust me, I will get back to you. Soon.
1. I've never one time said that unless people are 'popping out babies' they are useless. You blatantly lied again.
2. I didn't assert homosexuality is mistake, science does. Nor have I asserted that a person is a mistake.
If your mouth is moving, it is doing something foul
And you say "science" has said that homosexuality is a mistake. Prove it. Show me where "science" has said it's a mistake. Because the "science" that I know--doctors, psychologists, psychiatrist, sociologists, etc.--have decided hands down that homosexuality is not a mistake.
Maybe you delude yourself into believing that you know better than these people? After all, a bachelor's degree in the "scientific" field of being a preacher means that you know everything doesn't it?
You'd be better off sticking to what you know--not what you think you know.