When you walk through a crowd of people, as you certainly must do from time to time,...
... do you engage in anal intercourse and find exciting, fun and pleasurable, as well as not causing them any particular health problems? If you do not, perhaps you should, even if that would further fuel your obsession with the act.
You may rest assured that these people, sexually liberated as they are, certainly do exist. Most of them ARE heterosexuals, married and with children. This is the statistical reality.
People who are the "receivers" in the anal sex act, if they find it hurtful and harmful, either choose to find a pleasurable and non-harmful way of doing this or they don't do it. It is nothing new. Humans have engaged in the act, pleasureably, for tens of thousands of years.
Obviously, the act of anal intercourse, just like the act of vaginal intercourse, can be harmful and can be a way to transmit sexual disease and infection. Perhaps more often one way than the other, as far as harm and disease. But, it certainly does not have to be so. The same goes for oral sex.
Generally, sex should be an act of mutual pleasure and gratification, given and received in trust and with exclusive intimacy. No other qualifications are really necessary, except that for the Christian couple, whether heterosexual or homosexual, sex should be kept and conducted within the bounds of marriage.
Sex, though vaginal sex is considered to be generally the most effective way of insemination, yet, it actually is not the most effective way, is much more than a matter of reproduction. For humans, it is a complex and varied behavior that involves trust, intimacy and the give and take of emotionally bonding pleasure. It completely involves the mind and the lowering of the barriers between conscious and subconscious, engulfing of all of the senses, personally and mutually, as well as the blending of the galaxy of symbiotic organisms that make up the individual human being together with the organisms of the other person. Truly, the couple does become "one."
Children are the reproductive product. But, the gift of children is not a requirement to the consummation of a true marriage "made in heaven." Some couples prefer to not have children. That is their choice and it need not be questioned by anyone. Other couples, whether heterosexual or homosexual, prefer to have children and to raise a family. That too, is their choice and prerogative, including their right and choice to become parents by whatever legal and medical-genetic means are available to them.
One thing is surely true. Neither you, Kimare, nor I or anyone else, are capable of correctly judging the righteousness of any couple's choice to raise or not raise a family, except perhaps in the instance of incest. You may think you are capable of making such a moral choice for others. But, you are not. That realm of choice exists only between you and your chosen mate, to be made and kept with integrity. It is, between adults, nobody else's business.
In traditional forms of Christianity, same-sex marriage has not been an historical, generally recognized option. However, there are historical examples of marriages of same-sex couples within Christianity and specifically, the Roman Church. Though, these instances, as documented, are not openly recognized. The orthodoxy of the traditions of the Sacrament of Marriage is changing to accommodate same-sex marriage. The reasons for permitting these changes in tradition are justified, both morally and spiritually and as a result, will increasingly become recognized socially and legally.
It is a good thing.
Your twisted pontification is only a deceitful, futile attempt to disguise the truth. Anal sex is harmful, unhealthy and demeaning. It does not matter what orientation does it.
Why would you defend or worse, encourage something harmful?