A hit at the anti-gay theists
Well, it so happens that before arriving on the forums today and reading Glamourkat's whole thread on whether or not homosexuality is a choice, I also read (out of pure coincidence) about the experiments on flies to determine the possible "gay gene", which have been remarkably successful, in the sense that we now know for sure where the gay gene should be located, it's only a matter of time until we isolate it ("we" as in the people interested in actual development of humankind). So I'm pretty much started when it comes to gay people.
However, this has left me very very cold. In nature, we have quite a few better examples that should be discussed about. I'm talking about persons that are perfectly naturally developed, except for the sexual organs, which, for certain reasons, are the opposite of what should be (I'm not going to post a picture).
Clearly, if, in the case of homosexuality, there's a bit of doubt, in this case, nobody in his right minds can say that it's a matter of choice.
Now the questions are:
1. How are those persons regarded?
2. What should they do (refering to sex)?
Inquisition - "The flames are all long gone, but the pain lingers on..."