...there remains no reputable scientific evidence that children are born gay or lesbian, let alone a test (or ultrasound!) that could determine homosexuality in the womb.The evidence for the "born gay" thesis:
And it has been demonstrated both anecdotally and clinically that there is much more sexual fluidity among women than men, meaning that a woman might move from heterosexual to homosexual and back over the course of a lifetime (or vice versa). So much for being “born lesbian.” It is with good reason, then, that lesbian author Camille Paglia famously wrote, “No one is born gay. The idea is ridiculous.”There are few demonstrations of the sexual fluidity of women I trust more than the anecdotal demonstration, but they charge so much for such short phone calls.
Anyhow, why why why is Michael Brown concerned about prenatal boner preferences?
Would it be acceptable to abort a gay fetus? Where would liberals stand on this moral issue?Aha. This thing Michael Brown believes will never happen is the ideal argument against abortion because...he doesn't really believe it:
“The pro-life Live Action group released [an] undercover video . . . showing a Planned Parenthood clinic worker willing to help a woman abort her baby if it's a girl.” As quoted on the video, the worker explains, “I can tell you that here at Planned Parenthood, we believe that it's not up to us to decide what is a good or a bad reason for somebody to decide to terminate a pregnancy.” Presumably, then, this same worker would have [said] “Of course, if you choose to abort your little lesbian, that would be fine as well.” Perhaps the “born gay” argument is not where gay activists really want to go?I wonder what radical anti-gay preacher might invest in some kind of prenatal gay detection kit. Not that he'd support abortion under any circumstances of course...