I believe emphasizing that "being gay is born rather than a choice" is irrelevent and gay rights should be the same no matter if homosexuality is born with, nurtured or chosen.
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So simply speaking, I do not think it is wise for gay right organizations to link the (still under debate) idea of innate homosexuality with gay rights. If someone choose to be gay, it should be perfectly ok. An analogy is like someone choose to convert to another religion, and this is totally protected by law.
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I believe emphasizing that "being gay is born rather than a choice" is irrelevent and gay rights should be the same no matter if homosexuality is born with, nurtured or chosen.

by nobunaga_1568

So simply speaking, I do not think it is wise for gay right organizations to link the (still under debate) idea of innate homosexuality with gay rights.

If someone choose to be gay, it should be perfectly ok. An analogy is like someone choose to convert to another religion, and this is totally protected by law.

Even if science proves that homosexuality is a (subconscious) choice rather than born with, it do not change how much rights LGBT can have at all.

Now with a strong linkage of innate homosexuality to pro-gay-right, if any evidence came out in the other way, that would be severely detrimental to gay rights.

In other words, LGBT groups chained their goals to something that is not solid. They should reduce the emphasize on "born with", but more in "one adult can love another adult, period".

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