Analysis Of Michael Levin's 'Why Homosexuality Abnormal'
He states that “homosexuality is intrinsically bad only in a prudential sense. It makes for unhappiness (Levin 174).” He also says that approving pro-homosexual legislation might increase the incidence of homosexuality, and this creates a problem for society due to the fact that the protection of children is a fundamental obligation of society and legislation. Levin continues explaining that “legalizing homosexuality” will signal that society has been wrong throughout history, and that it will be signaling that homosexuality is all right. He also addresses the objection regarding minority marriage and same-sex marriage by saying they can always stay in the closet. Levin closes his argument with this: “If society reverses itself, it will, in effect, be deciding that homosexuality is not as bad as once thought (Levin