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    Quote Originally Posted by daysta112 View Post
    I was just reading the book raising Boys and interestingly all of us start out as female.
    Well... this is over-simplified. As soon as an x or y sperm meets the egg gender is determined.

    I see homosexuality in much the same light as I see other sexual preferences. Is the preference for blonde or brunette, boobs or legs, pecs or butt determined in the womb? We don't seem to puzzle over these nuances nearly as much!

    (Imagine telling your child you didn't approve of their preference for redheads! Ridiculous!)

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    Absolutely I do, love is love no matter the genders of the couple

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    Nope!

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    Why not Kimbergal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    Why not Kimbergal?
    Just my opinion. I can't get my head around the same sex concept tbh. I believe for a huge percent of people it is a choice. And once that choice is made I believe you have to live with the consequences regarding the way things stand which is that same sex marriage is not legal and I don't believe it should be changed! Same applies for same sex couples having children, I just don't think it's right for a child to have 2 mums or 2 dads, they need a mum and dad, it's the way god intended.

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    Of course! Why shouldn't they (choice or not) ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberleygal1 View Post
    I just don't think it's right for a child to have 2 mums or 2 dads, they need a mum and dad, it's the way god intended.
    Just like to point out that's blatantly incorrect. There'd be no widows or widowers if god intended kids to be raised by a mum and a dad. And I'm a bit annoyed then that if I needed a dad, why did nobody provide a replacement one then.

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    I defy nature. I'm coping brilliantly without a mother and a father
    kimberlygal, I find it odd you think same sex couple go against gods intentions. What's your stance on IVF and gender selection? Some may argue that that's going against gods intentions (NOT ME - ill make that clear!). Or is it pick and choose with you, what suits you and all that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    I defy nature. I'm coping brilliantly without a mother and a father
    kimberlygal, I find it odd you think same sex couple go against gods intentions. What's your stance on IVF and gender selection? Some may argue that that's going against gods intentions (NOT ME - ill make that clear!). Or is it pick and choose with you, what suits you and all that?
    Same here!
    Im pretty normal for a child of lesbians haha (id argue my siblings are weird though )

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