Goddess Posted March 26, 2020 Report Share Posted March 26, 2020 35 minutes ago, Tdot said: Okay, I can respect that. Then since there would no relationships without procreating and there would be no life with procreating; what priority, can 'procreating' be fairly assigned? That would be up to individual couples, I imagine. There are lots of infertile couples who cannot have children - just like homosexual couples, they can choose to adopt if procreating is a priority for them. I'm finished childbearing. A relationship without procreating is a priority for me. Life isn't "one size fits all". Judging homosexuality only on the ability to procreate is......archaic. And discriminatory. Lots of relationships do not involve procreation. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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