homosexuality: a behavioral choice or a genetic condition deserving special rights?

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“If being a vegetarian is a choice, then when did you decide to become an omnivore?” Homosexuality is a type of behavior, not a genetic condition (like one’s natural hair color or skin color). Bisexuality is also a type of behavior, similar to practicing diets that are omnivorous, vegan, carnivorous, etc- although only species that are fundamentally omnivores can “decide” to exclude certain foods (gluten-free, dairy-free, pork-free,etc).

English: Silhouette or a pregnant woman and he...

English: Silhouette or a pregnant woman and her partner. The woman is in advanced pregnancy at about 39 wks gestation. The flickr photographer reports that this is an edited image. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Fundamentally, humans reproduce through heterosexual behavior. So, if someone is celibate, that generally does not qualify them for special status or special rights.

Does practicing bisexuality or homosexuality qualify someone for special rights? When did you choose to be an “oral sexer?” What special political privileges do you want for that?

Sex can be enjoyable during pregnancy

Sex can be enjoyable during pregnancy (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When did you choose to get a tattoo? What special privileges do you want?

What about people who “are” vegetarian and gay (but only oral sex, not anal) and smoke and have tattoos? What special protections do we need to emphasize so that insurance companies do not discriminate against people who are genetically smokers? Why don’t people understand that smokers want to be considered “fundamentally different ” when they claim to have the right to smoke in my kid’s classroom or my living room, but then they want to be considered “fundamentally the same” in regard to health insurance premiums? What if two smokers are legally married to each other in a gay marriage though?

And why are all these pregnant women claiming that they should have special protections and privileges in regard to the father of their children? Don’t they understand the different political rights of pregnant lacto-ovo vegetarians and pregnant vegans?Are bisexual pregnant women more or less pregnant than heterosexual pregnant women?

Cleavage of a pregnant woman

Cleavage of a pregnant woman (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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