If it is true that homosexuals are born as homosexuals, why isn't the inverted condition apparent at birth as indisputable proof that they are born that way? Why can't medical technology of some type be used to reveal that some males and females are gay at birth? No such technology exists because homosexuality is not a physical condition but a spiritual and moral one.
When AIDS hit the streets in the early '80's, homosexuals were warned by medical people, by many of their own leaders, that if they continued to engage in behaviours which exchange body fluids, they would sooner or later get AIDS and die. There was no known cure. The typical homosexual response was, "You are attacking my being! Homosexuality is not what I do, it is who I am." As a result, hundreds growing into thousands, and now many millions, of persons got AIDS and died. They could not stop because they had locked themselves into a compulsive behaviour. When a person is warned about the lethal behaviour in which he is engaged and still will not stop, that is prima facie evidence for a compulsive and addictive condition. So, homosexuality, the very publicly available evidence shows, is not a benign "orientation", it is a compulsive, lethal addiction.
There is no homosexual gene, there is no evidence to show that homosexual orientation or behaviour is pre-programmed by nature prior to nurture.
[read, for example, The Gay Report, by Karla Jay and Allen Young -1979, two homosexual authors- but pls do not have your meal before you start reading !!!
aryan , Accounts Manager, confidential
08 17 2009 12:36:24 +0000
@Dixit, not all hijras are impotent, plz verify your facts before posting.
The Ancient Indian Kama Sutra refers to people of a "third sex" (triteeyaprakrti), who can be dressed either in men's or in women's clothes and perform fellatio on men. The term has been translated as "eunuchs" (as in Sir Richard Burton's translation of the book), but these persons have also been considered to be the equivalent of the modern hijra of India. Hijra, a Hindi term traditionally translated into English as "eunuch", actually refers to what modern Westerners would call male-to-female transgender people and effeminate homosexuals (although some of them reportedly identify as belonging to a third sex). Some of them undergo ritual castration, but the majority do not. They usually dress in saris (traditional Indian garb worn by women) and wear heavy make-up. They typically live in the margins of society, face discrimination and earn their living in various ways, e.g., by coming uninvited at weddings, births, new shop openings and other major family events and singing until they are paid or given gifts to go away. The ceremony is supposed to bring good luck and fertility, while the curse of an unappeased hijra is feared by many. Other sources of income for the hijra are begging and prostitution. The begging is accompanied by singing and dancing and the hijras usually get the money easily. Some Indian provincial officials have used the assistance of hijras to collect taxes in the same fashion; they knock on the doors of shopkeepers, while dancing and singing, and embarrass them into paying. Recently, hijras have started to found organizations to improve their social condition and fight discrimination. There has even been a wave of hijra entering politics and being elected to high political positions. The American transsexual activist and computer expert Anne Ogborn is an initiated member of the hijra community. She travelled to India and was accepted into the community. In the epic Mahabaratha of India, Arjuna, one of the 5 heroes who is originally a handsome man, warrior and great archer becomes Brihannala, a eunuch when they spend their last year of exile in the kingdom of Virata. Brihannala/Arjuna lived among the palace women as a teacher of song and dance.
Viktor Stephen, COO, I Entrepreneur
08 16 2009 03:49:45 +0000