^ Opinion. Meanwhile, homosexuality ceased to be considered a disease by the bulk of medical and mental health professionals a long time ago. Whose opinion is more trustworthy: random guy on the Internet, or the consensus opinion of health professionals? I would say the latter.
An obviously biased opinion. Nothing more need be said, really.
Or maybe authoritarians who seek to unnecessarily limit the liberty of others for their own personal comfort should keep those opinions to themselves, since they're considerably more disgusting (in my opinion).
More obvious bias. Why do you assume that homosexual sex must of necessity involve feces?
Ridiculous. No research has conclusively proved the existence of "gay" genes. That there may be a genetic component of some sort appears to be supported by the research, but that's not the same thing.
Not within our current capabilities. Seriously, eugenics? Here's where a comparison to the Nazi Reich is unavoidable. Godwin's Law, so early in the thread.
That we would even entertain such an extreme "solution" to the "problem" of homosexuality as meriting discussion is really depressing.
Now I'm really offended.
Had to figure that was coming sooner or later. Unless someone has already laid claim to it, I propose we call the inevitability of STDs like HIV/AIDS being introduced into any discussion about homosexuality as "Perri's Law".
you forgot pedophilia