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No, a cure should not be pursued.
Imagine someone finding a cure for left-handedness. Or someone finding a cure for being a red-head. Should they be implemented?
Gay people are capable of living a full, happy, healthy, productive life. We do not require any special accommodations in order to exist.
We are not defective and, therefore, should not be the subject of a cure.
Heterosexuals who wish to eliminate homosexuals because it offends their religious belief system are no better than those who have practiced genocide.
It's better that scientists should work on regeneration of lost limbs and other serious disabilities than focusing on people who function just fine without assistance.
By the way, Pietro, do you believe the world would be a better place without homosexuals? Should we be removed from the planet?
Now you choose it?
Do you speak for all homosexuals?
What if some want children? A real marriage and family?
Once again, your denial leads you way down the stupidity dead-end.