If you're saying that bad stuff can happen to your anus, that's certainly correct. But a quick check of "gay bowel syndrome" reveals that 1) it's not specific to gay people (or even gay men), 2) it's not limited to the bowel, and 3) it's not a syndrome. It's not a term widely recognized by the medical community.Ask the proctologists who treat homosexual males for Gay Bowel Syndrome. There are serious problems when homosexuals ignore anatomy and choose to sodomize each other.
"The clinical and pathological findings in a group of 260 homosexual men comprising 10% of a private proctologic practice are reviewed. A clinical pattern of anorectal and colon diseases encountered with unusual frequency in these homosexual patients is termed the gay bowel syndrome. The clinical diagnoses in decreasing order of frequency include condyloma acuminata, hemorrhoids, nonspecific proctitis, anal fistula, perirectal abscess, anal fissure, amebiasis, benign polyps, viral hepatitis, gonorrhea, syphilis, anorectal trauma and foreign bodies, shigellosis, rectal ulcers and lymphogranuloma venereum. " The gay bowel syndrome: clinico-pathologic correlation in 260 cases
Well then your referring to biology is a fraud, isn't it? If you don't "believe" in evolution, you don't "believe" in biology. They are not separable.Nope. I Don't believe in evolution.
Earlier on, for example, I pointed out that there is zero evidence to support gender fluid theory. I asked for support for that claim and received only insults.So you can't point to any facts that I called someone ignorant for stating? What a surprise!
Can you at least show who person A and person B are in this scenario? No? Was it meant to be hypothetical, and not based on anything going on in this discussion?
The thing is, the idea of gender fluidity isn't really a "theory" anyway. I'm a little curious if you have read anything by anyone who has written about gender fluidity, or if you are just getting talking points from talk radio. I suspect the latter. No one claims that gender fluidity has some physical manifestation. What you are saying is similar to "there is zero evidence to support the theory that some people born male like wearing dresses, and have no desire to live and act the way people expect men to live and act." Or "There is zero evidence to support introversion theory." or any other thing that you want to call a "theory." The evidence is in talking to people and asking them how they feel.Earlier on, for example, I pointed out that there is zero evidence to support gender fluid theory. I asked for support for that claim and received only insults.
What you are doing is reducing gay people to have a make love. So I assume that you think lesbianism is OK? Do you think straight men who have anal sex with a woman are perverted so you care? Why are you do you humanizing people. I thought sex Ed and I didn’t mention how gay people have sexThe Left and LGBTQ+ think it's perfectly normal for a guy to have sex by sticking his penis in another man's anus. And they want to tell kids that is this okay. But it's not.
I don’t tell my sex education classes how they anyone should have sex in the privacy of their bedrooms. Why is it not OK for homosexuals to have oral sex but OK for heterosexuals? Or do you think that is wrong also. I tend to think you have a very boring sex lifeWell they do tell them it's okay to have homosexual sex.
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