Feb 01, 2010 3:17 PM GMT
Show them or explain to them this...
"In early human societies, e.g. those of many of the indigenous Americans,
homosexual members of the tribe were accepted into their societies and
fulfilled vital roles as members of their tribe. They brought to their kinship
groups an increased capacity for the production of food and other essentials,
and a greater ability for that group to defend itself, while at the same time
they did not increase the load on the vital supplies of the group, by
producing children of their own.
The benefits produced by these individuals accrued most fully to the
advantage of the homosexual’s siblings and of those siblings’ children.
Thereby, the effect of the existence of these homosexuals was to increase the
survivability of those most likely to be most closely genetically related to
them. Homosexuality is an adaptation that augments the survivability of
the gene pool most closely related to that individual. It is prima facie
evidence that bearing offspring is not the only way Nature has developed
for ensuring the passage of a majority of one’s genes to future generations."
Have a good day, gents!
-Doug of meninlove