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Thread: If scientists hypothetically found the 'gay gene', would you support eliminating it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellbeaking View Post
    AFAIK Most of the time when one twin is gay the identical twin isn't, heritability of sexuality is lower than lots of things, say, IQ for example. Suggesting hormonal factors in-utero and randomness of brain development may play a role. Regardless it would probably still be possible to eradicate via genetic engineering as you probably need genetic predisposition + relevant environmental factors. I do think parents should be allowed to screen and abort a foetus if it shows risk for traits they dislike, yes, if it is in the early stages. If embryo selection or genetic engineering becomes widespread parents should, in my opinion, be allowed to request that risk of homosexuality to be part of the exclusion criteria or that the gay gene be 'cut out'.

    I wouldn't support a large scale state headed systematic scheme to screen all embryos for homosexuality and ensure it is not passed on (either via selection against or removal of the 'gay' gene. Seeing as large scale government intervention would be the only realistic way to eliminate it entirely I would certainly not support such a Draconian measure, because I don't think the government should be given that level of control over our genes. I don't really have an issue with homosexuality anyway it doesn't seem a major political or societal threat even if Gay pride parades are a little vulgar.
    Have you watched TV lately? (as in the last 20 years). Non-stop faggotry. Don't tell me this hasn't had an effect on the obvious feminisation of young men.

    Muslims > Gays. (and I think every Muslim should be forcibly removed)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Creoda View Post
    Have you watched TV lately? (as in the last 20 years). Non-stop faggotry. Don't tell me this hasn't had an effect on the obvious feminisation of young men.

    Muslims > Gays. (and I think every Muslim should be forcibly removed)
    Carlos Maza, reason #1488 why Gays are worse for us and more cancerous than Muslims. It's not called Globohomo for no reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Creoda View Post
    Have you watched TV lately? (as in the last 20 years). Non-stop faggotry. Don't tell me this hasn't had an effect on the obvious feminisation of young men.
    Homo behaviour is congenital duuude... that's why we need to push this as a norm to society (at the same time we play the victim) so people can adopt and try it!

    Btw, not just feminisation of young men, a lot of young girls in the West thinks is super cool to act rude (to cuss, get drunk, burp and other repulsive things) in public.


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