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  • Marlow
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    Originally posted by AthleticsInBritain
    But same-sex couplings and relationships have been around for as long as humans have so there must be some reason for it.
    I'm sure SOMEone will excoriate me for this statement (or, someone like Daisy will say I'm just flat-out wrong!), but I believe homosexuality is a naturally occurring 'crossed-wire' like dyslexia or color-blindness. It's not right or wrong; it just is. There are examples of 'nurtured' homosexuality (as occurred in ancient Greece), but today, in America, it's hardly ever a choice at all (IMO!).

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  • AthleticsInBritain
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    To be honest, homosexuality as an identity is a Victorian invention. Before that it was purely the act of buggery or sodomy. If you were convicted of it it didn't mean you had an identity, except probably as a pervert! Even in late Victorian times Bosie Douglas married a woman after the Oscar Wilde affair and regained some respectability. It was just a sexual act - a forbidden one, but just an act nonetheless.

    Homosexuality, or at least bisexuality, happens quite often in nature. Seals, stags, allsorts of animals that compete with others for females have been known to copulate with other males, although this generally only happens when there are no females available and it's to blow off some steam!

    Some birds, like the recent stories of gay penguins pairing off as mates and stealing eggs in order to raise chicks together. Some of our nearest animal cousins, the Bonobo chimpanzees appear to be bisexual, with sex between pairs of males and pairs of females very common and it appears to be a bonding mechanism and a way of establishing hierarchy within a group, although same-sex couples don't seem to pair for life.

    It's very unclear what role it may play in procreation - it may be a way of providing additional non-competitive carers for offspring. It may be a cultural thing, similar to the Bonobos. Who knows?

    But same-sex couplings and relationships have been around for as long as humans have so there must be some reason for it.

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  • Marlow
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    Originally posted by Dutra
    The desire to copulate with another male may come from the same place that the desire for someone to engage in BDSM for instance.
    Or, just as easily, not.

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  • Dutra
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    Originally posted by AthleticsInBritain
    Originally posted by Dutra
    Originally posted by AthleticsInBritain
    Originally posted by Dutra
    Originally posted by Pego
    5. Since being gay isnt a gender...isnt it just an inordinate lust?

    Neither. It is sexual orientation of complex and varied causes.
    inordinate lust IMHO.
    Well, I suppose you can call a sexual orientation 'lust', but what's inordinate about being gay?
    I think a man attracted to another man or a woman attracted to another woman is an extension of all tendencies within the sexual realm. If that doesn't fall under "lust" then so be it. In other words, it's a further extension on a sexual fetish.

    The sexual fetish is what drives the sexual orientation.
    So assuming you're a straight male, presumably you have a fetish for women?
    I guess it depends on how far you think the definition of a fetish goes. The desire to copulate with another male may come from the same place that the desire for someone to engage in BDSM for instance.

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  • Dutra
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    I'm blank on purpose.

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  • Dutra
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    I guess we can't delete posts.

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  • Marlow
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    Originally posted by Dutra
    The sexual fetish is what drives the sexual orientation.
    Your idea of what constitutes a fetish and my idea of fetish are not even remotely similar! :shock:

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  • cullman
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    Originally posted by gh
    now wanting to fuck sheep, that's inordinate!
    Are you besmirching the reputation of the Scots?

    cman

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  • AthleticsInBritain
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    Originally posted by Dutra
    Originally posted by AthleticsInBritain
    Originally posted by Dutra
    Originally posted by Pego
    5. Since being gay isnt a gender...isnt it just an inordinate lust?

    Neither. It is sexual orientation of complex and varied causes.
    inordinate lust IMHO.
    Well, I suppose you can call a sexual orientation 'lust', but what's inordinate about being gay?
    I think a man attracted to another man or a woman attracted to another woman is an extension of all tendencies within the sexual realm. If that doesn't fall under "lust" then so be it. In other words, it's a further extension on a sexual fetish.

    The sexual fetish is what drives the sexual orientation.
    So assuming you're a straight male, presumably you have a fetish for women?

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  • Dutra
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    Originally posted by AthleticsInBritain
    Originally posted by Dutra
    Originally posted by Pego
    5. Since being gay isnt a gender...isnt it just an inordinate lust?

    Neither. It is sexual orientation of complex and varied causes.
    inordinate lust IMHO.
    Well, I suppose you can call a sexual orientation 'lust', but what's inordinate about being gay?
    I think a man attracted to another man or a woman attracted to another woman is an extension of all tendencies within the sexual realm. If that doesn't fall under "lust" then so be it. In other words, it's a further extension on a sexual fetish.

    The sexual fetish is what drives the sexual orientation.

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  • bad hammy
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    Originally posted by gm
    Originally posted by gh
    now wanting to fuck sheep, that's inordinate!
    Bestiaphobe. Don't you know they are born that way? It's not a choice!
    The sheep??

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  • gm
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    Originally posted by gh
    now wanting to fuck sheep, that's inordinate!
    Bestiaphobe. Don't you know they are born that way? It's not a choice!

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  • gh
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    now wanting to fuck sheep, that's inordinate!

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  • AthleticsInBritain
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    Re: Answers to TrackDaddy's Politically incorrect.

    Originally posted by Dutra
    Originally posted by Pego
    5. Since being gay isnt a gender...isnt it just an inordinate lust?

    Neither. It is sexual orientation of complex and varied causes.
    inordinate lust IMHO.
    Well, I suppose you can call a sexual orientation 'lust', but what's inordinate about being gay?

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  • gh
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    Mackerel Snappers

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mackerel_Snapper

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