Re: Is homosexuality a part of Population control?
iHIMself... I appreciate what you wrote about the Greeks, as that has always fascinated me: Their wives were their confidants and concubines, their men were their lovers.
But do you really believe that there is no such thing as bound sexuality?
Do you personally know any homosexuals?
As a straight female, I don't think it's just a "preference," just as I do not believe that any of the homosexual people I happen to know chose that as a "preference".
Homosexuality is exhibited in nature. It may be a part of population control, it may not be.
Recently they have found that, at least among males fetuses, that the female host resists the added testosterone, her body thinks of it as a foreign invader, and thus it tries to "feminize" the fetus, to make it more suitable for it's current environment. The more males are born to the same female, the higher chance with each boy that they will be homosexual.
Homosexuality is not wrong. It's not just a choice, either. It's nature.
Also, this isn't 1845.
"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free" - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe