|Homosexuality will probably never be seen as "normal" because humans and all living beings instinctively feel the need to procreate.|
Not all. Read up on asexuality sometime:
And while some people may be asexual and have a desire for children.... there are lots of people (asexual and not) who don't have such a desire. I consider myself among them ... I have absolutely no desire to ever have children.
Apparently Canis Lupus feels the same way.
|The human race has two genders solely the purpose of reproducing.|
Some people are born without any distinctive genitalia.
Some people are born with both sets of distinctive genitalia.
Some people are born with a Y chromosome but are otherwise still considered female due to their genitalia.
Some people are born with physically male traits but produce so much estrogen that they mentally identify as female (and vice versa)
Some people are born physically sterile.
Again... sexuality and gender
is more complex than just man<->woman. There is a lot
of gray area.
And it's not exactly uncommon. People that fall outside the norm are definitely in the minority, but it's not like they're abnormal freaks of nature.
|Being gay is not compatible with how humans sustain their existence. |
Being gay is irrelevant
to how humans sustain their existence. Yes, homosexual sex will not result in a pregnancy. But as Mats showed, you can say that about a lot of things.
You seem to be under the assumption that the sole purpose of sex is for procreation, which I would argue is simply not true. Especially
in modern society.
Some people will procreate, others will not. You can be a gay man and still have sex with a with a woman to procreate (or through modern science, you can use artificial insemination). Orientation and/or preference means absolutely nothing.
|We have lots of words for lots of things, some more precise and targeted than others. I have no problem with the word homophobe, there is nothing extreme about it. |
I have a big problem with it. It sugar-coats something extremely vile. Like calling a slave trader an "HR manager"