Ok.... I'm going to be frank here. I did not read all the articles you kindly provided (I will read them all later though out of curiosity), but the ones I did read were interesting and seemed credible enough to get your points across. From the start, I'd have to say I agree with you on some things while I disagree with you on other ones. I don't think Romania is the standard we should set when discussing this issue (or others :) lol) but you can compare their government policies to the US or other countries using this site https://www.equaldex.com/region/romania. I think the government should not be as involved in marriage. They should only be there to enforce age of consent laws, have laws for divorce, domestic abuse, custody, etc..., and provide guidelines for inheritance. I do not really agree with you on the idea that it must be "taboo". Yes, the LGBTQ (etc and etc....) community is forcibly being "overrepresented" in today's media and culture (because they do not make up a majority of any state's demographics https://williamsinstitute.law.ucla.edu/visualization/lgbt-stats/?topic=LGBT#about-the-data). This does not mean they don't deserve to be represented or part of society. Before their civil rights movements, they were openly discriminated against and they were greatly excluded from society (just look Alan Turing https://www.turing.org.uk/publications/dnb.html). However, I agree with you in the sense that the left is making their voices more important than others and if you disagree with them (religiously, scientifically, etc...) you will be witch-hunted. This is wrong. As for the Netflix shows... yes, it can get annoying. But, they are usually not main characters and if you don't like it you don't have to watch it. Also, just as in day to day life, you are bound to interact with someone from the LGBTQ community and that shouldn't be a problem (provided they do not force you to believe what they believe and they are decent).
As for, "Is homosexuality natural or a choice..." (paraphrased), I agree with the first article you presented (https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/is-homosexuality-a-choice/?redirect=1). There are many biological factors that can affect how a person thinks and feels, but then again, there are equally important environmental factors that affect the same things. Again (as you basically said), if they do not cause harm to anyone, gay people and their relationships should be 100% allowed.
For the point on, "unhealthy behaviours that are associated with being gay..." (paraphrased), statistically, the demographic partakes in riskier, and subsequently more dangerous sexual behaviours which have mental and physical effects on gay people. This is a problem with their (not all of them) attitudes to sex which the left continues to radically liberalize (polygamy, unsafe sex, etc...).
For the point on "some homosexuals are not happy," that can arguably be a result of the environmental factors that made them/made them choose to be homosexual (abuse, no parents, etc...). If they are depressed, I don't think it is just because they are homosexual but more because of the lives some of them lead (if that makes sense).
Also, "And before Anyone calls me homophobic I blessed a lesbians(likely adopted ) son while I was in Florida," what is this sentence?
Anyways hope I responded to your points sufficiently.
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Well Queers being unhappy could result in a number of factors.
2 I mean unhealthy are The sexual activities done which result in STDS,because men are not meant to have sex with each other or women having sex with women
3 transgenders that is going too far please a man who thinks he is a woman 👩🙄🙄
3 if our culture won’t treat it as a taboo then it should discourage the actions .Accept the individual.
4 I don’t veiw homosexuality as vulgar like Gagium . In fact I have had terrible experience with 2 past bad relationships 💔 Girls don’t like me and only guys appreciate me . Otherwise I might be open to homosexuality. Yet in honest terms 2 gay guys I knew did not treat me well at all.
5 I hate this crap love is love argument. Because they are baising it on sexual acts. Well I love my dog 🐕,in-laws , and mother ,but never to have sex with them.
And it’s extremely hypocritical that we should accept homosexuality in our society yet not voluntary incist
Politics shouldn’t always be about morals . Morals should be often up to the individual and church’s authority.
Like our society should never ever be pro lgbq . Leave them alone possibly for America Goverment doesn’t force things,beliefs on people.. it also doesn’t lobby agendas down people’s throats.
As for STDs well the taxpayers do have to support treatment from liveing a sterle sexual life style
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The thing is, I do not remember making this nation...
I often don’t watch those tv shows.
Gotham was fine at first and it kinda detorated. I have never even watched big mouth.
I generally don’t watch much tv 📺 anyway
As for Goverment laws should be in 1963 Illinois when they just decriminalized homosexuality in that state.
Or it should put barriers against homosexuality and the final punishment hang mans nouse.
That way induvials you mentioned would have been warned repeatedly warned and would have been possibly be raised by the Torah such as people in Iserial during Jesus time
The reason why homosexuality hardly existed in ancient iserial was because of The law and being raised to obey them
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