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#16 +Nik L

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 14:56

I know it's a serious mental issue, but I also know so many people who wear it like a badge and as if it's an excuse for all that they do!

According to nature, they should not, that is correct.
And I am actually all for gay rights, but yes, according to nature, they should not be having sex either. I have no problem saying that, and again, whatever floats peoples boats, more power to them. But yes, it is technically deviant behavior. But it obviously gets deeper than that. I do not believe love is based purely on just the physical, I believe the emotional part plays just as big of a factor, but yeah, it is deviant behavior no doubt. And as I said, I have no issue with what one human chooses to do with another willing human, that is up to them.

The "nature's law" argument holds little weight for me. Firstly it assumes that the ONLY reason for sex is procreation. If that is the case then why is there an erogenous zone within the anus?


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Posted 07 March 2013 - 18:25

I know it's a serious mental issue, but I also know so many people who wear it like a badge and as if it's an excuse for all that they do!


The "nature's law" argument holds little weight for me. Firstly it assumes that the ONLY reason for sex is procreation. If that is the case then why is there an erogenous zone within the anus?

I don't know I am not a doctor. But I do know what one person considers an erogenous zone, another may not, it is a very individual experience.
And where does it state that nature also cannot make something feel pleasurable? A nice summer breeze with a good temperature is a pleasant experience is it not? You are the one insinuating that just because something has a very specific purpose in nature, it cannot feel good. I never said any such thing, and I definitely do not believe that is the case.

So yeah, not sure what to say to you other then as I said, I have no issues at all with homosexuality. So sorry if it offends people who are homosexuals that I happen to say that their sexual behavior deviates from what nature intended, but FTR I also easily say that heterosexual people have warped what sex is ultimately about as well and as such they also partake in deviant behavior. It is not just homosexuals who do so.

So yes, at the end of the day, I do believe that ultimately from a scientific standpoint sex is for procreation. That does not mean that people cannot indeed deviate from what nature intended, but I stand by the fact that the ultimate reason it exists in the life cycle is for reproduction of the species at hand. I think it is pretty crazy to say otherwise when looking at the entire process of procreation and how it happens. It is a very deliberate, very specific, chain of events, which by the way, is not always guaranteed to be successful, even when you follow them perfectly. That still does not change the fact they have a very specific purpose.

Sure it also happens to feel good, but there are plenty of things that happen to feel good that deviate from their overall purpose. That is just how things are. Not sure why people get bent out of shape over this fact. I suppose it is possibly because someone is stating what they are doing is against what nature intended, but as I said above, I also think plenty of heterosexuals also do the same exact thing.

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Posted 08 March 2013 - 10:27

......LMAO

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Posted 08 March 2013 - 10:39

I don't know I am not a doctor. But I do know what one person considers an erogenous zone, another may not, it is a very individual experience.

Nope, it's a specific area that is known to have more nerve endings that react to the stimulus. It's not a case of "I like it but you don't" - it's a case of "It does receive more stimulus, on pretty much everyone".

I never said anything about what is or is not pleasurable - I am simply saying that we naturally have this spot. Nature put it there. So how is the act of stimulating this naturally given spot that is receptive to stimulation, unnatural?



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