Many things that are not beneficial to the species survive though
Does this mean you think homosexuality is genetic.libs say it is. but if it is, it's not beneficial to the species, so how has it survived
but doesn't that go against darwin?
I love you Pres, but I think you're very confused about Darwin, biology, and homosexuality... oh yeah and parenting.
First. um, just because there's an aspect of the collective human genome that prohibits procreation does not mean it's anti-darwinism. Could it POSSIBLY be that the world as a whole is increadibly overpopulated and both homosexuality and sterility are the human race's way of ensuring that the world's resources can sustain the amount of life created by people?
Next. There's evidence of homosexuality in most animals. I mean we all know about the gay penguins. I don't get this choice thing that conservatives tend to portray gaydom as when it's apparent in mammals, birds, etc.
Finally. "Who would do that to a kid?" I think that's probably the most hurtful thing you said. I understand that most parents would not want a gay child, but sometimes they are dealt it, it's nobody's fault. If I ever have a child, and I know in my sister's case (2 month preggers), I would be concerned with having a healthy child, and could give two shits if it was gay.