I never said that homosexuality was unnatural in the sense that it is not observed in nature. I was simply trying to get across my belief that it is not a normal human characteristic, but rather a genetic "disorder" of sorts.
the entire issue is a very multifaceted affair that cannot be explained with a simple paragraph or two. There are surely several conditions that can cause homosexual or bisexual behaviors, but the similarities they share with other genetic abnormalities cannot be ignored.
Also, a homosexual cannot naturally reproduce. Surrogacy is not a natural occurance in the same way that radiation treatment is not a natural treatment for cancer (though I'm not at all trying to say that the two are related somehow, please don't get upset), and, while one may be physically able to reproduce, the mental aspect doesn't fall into line with normal homosexual behavior. Sure, a homosexual could reproduce with the opposite sex, but that's not homosexual behavior.
my avatar suits me right now. That's about the face I'm making whenever I'm posting in Mass Debate.