15339, RE: uh huh...|
Posted by Chike, Wed Apr-25-01 02:51 PM
>Yes and no. If you have
>two people--unrelated or not--that have
>a high chance of having
>a child with some sort
>of genetic defect, you have
>to deal intelligently with that
>situation. Does that have anything
>to do with gay people?
>I can't see why it
>would. Again, I don't see
>the basis for comparison there.
Deal intelligently with the situation... somehow this makes me feel like the comparison makes sense... if what I say now doesn't change your basic objection, fine, you have responded intelligently to my questions and raised interesting points.
Two people "fall in love". Their biological status makes having a baby a questionable choice. They decide to prevent the possibility of pregnancy and/or adopt, but stay together because their love matters so much to them.
Two people "fall in love". Their biological status makes having a baby impossible. They decide to stay babyless or adopt, but stay together because their love matters so much to them.
Are these situations so different?