The author also stated about religion. The connection between homosexuality and religion. It is claimed that the bobble states that homosexuality is"contrary to nature". Basically they are saying that gays are unnatural. First of all, to me, they aren't. However, even if they are, it doesn't make them bad or harmful. I like the research where Mohr talked about, which was about how the condemnation of homosexuality in the Old Testament was just a way of tarring with the Israelites who happen to support homosexuality.
Mohr also said that people try to justify societies treatment by saying that gays are unnatural. Again, being gay isn't unatural but even if it is, it doesn't mean it's bad and has to be stopped. Come to think of it, most of the thing that a good in life are unnatural, so if we were to be against everything that is unnatural, we would be against ourselves. We live in an unnnatural world. A basic example would be females with underarm hair. That's natural but people find it disgusting and would like it more if they shaved which is unnatural. mohr also stated that some people try to strengthen their point by saying that the genitals are designed for the purpose of procreation. First of all, as if heterosexual people only use their genitals for reproduction. The existence of condoms only strengthens my point.
In the article, Mohr stated