It's not immoral ...
Judging someone by their sexuality is immoral.
Is judging someone by how they chose to judge also immoral?
None of us needs to judge anyone else. Period.
It's an assault against the sanctity of marriage and family. **** are immoral and unnatural. It is a serious mental illness. It's self-destructive and a violent lifestyle.
its immoral and unnatural
It's not immoral but it's a sin.............sorry to say...a mortal sin...a grave sin.
Yes, so says the Bible.
How could something that's not immoral be a sin?
It's not appreciated or viewed as normal in society however it's still a sin and unnatural to the way of humanity itself.
Immorality and sin are two different conceptions.
I think I see what you're saying. You say that morality is relative, but sin is not morality but the law of God, as the creator. I am saying that morality comes from God's nature and our failure to implement it is the relative form, but simply incorrect.
Yea well **** the bible
No, someone's sexual orientation should be none of our buisness, you can love whoever you wish to love whether its a male or female, in my eyes gender doesn't matter.
But not when children are involved.
Gender doesn't matter, when children are involved in sexual acts with adults of the same gender then gender is not the problem its legal age, a grown adult shouldn't be sexually involved with a child under the age of 18. Children shouldn't be involved in sexual acts, period.
No, it is hot.
Homo_exuality grosses me out, but I don't think it's immoral or anything. That being said, I'm not homophobic. I've had gay friends and have yet to meet one that wasn't a nice person (my sister's ex wife is the only exception).
I'm staying outta this one..*Exits..*
It's just a rebellion from nature. It's saying, "I know better than this."
Is this a list of animals who exhibit homosexual behavior?
Do you think humans should mimic animals?
No it's just a different lifestyle
In a "what is natural, or right or good," sense, yes it's very wrong. I believe that it is a perversion, ba
In my opinion, it is both immoral and unatural.
God tells us that it is, and he knows better than us.
no cause it's just 2 people of the same gender loving each other! It's not hurting anyone.
I don't see a problem with it, considering its not a bad thing to be in love or to be happy. Alot of people say its not right because its not the way God made us, and and gay people cant get into heaven unless they repent. The way I see it is: God didn't make us to be drug dealers and r@pists either, but they can still get into heaven because they're sorry. I don't see why someone needs to repent for being in love.
I doubt that made sense... but whatever.
How can people loving/shagging each other be immoral? If someone doesn't like homosexual relationships then they would be best advised to just not enter into one. Morality is generally about prevention from harm. There's nothing harmful about homosexuality.
not if they're married
Does being homosexual hurt or harm anyone in any way? No, it doesn't. I'm not sure how it can be deemed immoral or even wrong.
Your forgot to address the issue of changing one's nature. To do so is to say that you know better. In essence it's actually lying because you deny what the real solution to the problem is. In that sense, homosexuality is just an escape of dealing with what one ought to do. Now it demonstrates itself to be evil.
It's not changing their nature, if they changed their nature they'd flip back to heterosexuality. Penguins and lions engage in homosexual sex and they operate on pure instinct. By nature. It's in some people's nature to be gay and it's in others to be straight. There's no lying about that and certainly no evil.
That would depend on your morals.
You differ to the complexity of humanity in that we all share some things in common, but there's so much difference that even we cannot agree on the right way to live, and even what to do when someone chooses something else. I wish it were simpler but it's not.
This is addressed to Aquarius3. WHY DID YOU BLOCK ME?
I know. I was just railing against the unfairness of his ignorance.
Go ta hell, bub!