Wrong. Most men who have anal sex have a vagina an inch away, and also engage in vaginal/penis intercourse. Sometimes in the same session..<quoted text>
You need to try and grasp the ideas in a post before replying with your stock LGBT cliches, fella.
First, how you compare homosexuality to skin color, etc., is a mystery. Some people choose to live the homosexual lifestyle, others don't. No one is born with a instinct to have anal sex. Anal sex is just the thing people with no desire for to vaginal/penis intercourse substitute.
You are such a drama queen!In other words, stop confusing the gay gene with homosexual behavior -- they're not the same thing.
The Bible's prohibition was against the behavior, not the state of being homosexual which it says nothing about.
Indeed, it is was only when homosexual sex became legal that the HIV-AIDS epidemic and the contamination of our blood supply happened. Thus, it's perfectly reasonable to assume the admonitions in the Bible against homosexual sex prevented a similar epidemic and perhaps the utter extinction of humankind.
Yes.Today, even 30 years after universal safe sex education gay males remain more than 65% of all new HIV-AIDS cases. Obviously, there is something very lethal about your sex practices, something the Bible help put a stop to.
And here I'd like to ask a question:
If you could go back in history an re-write the Bible so that male-to-male sex is endorsed instead of prohibited, would you do it?