Originally Posted by ET Warrior
The thing I find interesting is we care so much about what it is that makes people "gay" or "not gay" but we don't seem to care so much about what it is that makes people like or dislike tomatoes. It seems like just about as pertinent a thing to care about. Maybe we should investigate whether or not people are born with a tendency for wearing fuzzy robes or not after a shower?
Reducto ad absurdium. I'd say that when a person's proclivity for tomatoes has an important impact on social policies, then we can put it in the same category. Same for fuzzy robes. I'd say that some people end up more vulnerable to or receptive toward (take your pick) homosexual behavior. In the face of a paucity of evidence, it looks like nurture may have the upper hand at the moment. If there is in fact a "gay gene", I'm sure it won't be long before someone discovers it at the current rate of things.