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#53 - I think that's where he got it from. It's what I thought, too. 01/09/2015 on Cring Compilation 3! +1
#17 - The A button is on the Xbox, you moron.  [+] (1 new reply) 12/31/2014 on Talk to people 0
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#21 - sharknik (12/31/2014) [-]
Yeah I fucked that up it was supposed to say playstation cause all the people posting the (X) button, but I dumbed.
#71 - **stupidundeadzombie used "*roll picture*"** **stupidundead… 12/30/2014 on *roll tits* 0
#109 - Sing the Skyrim Theme Song. 12/30/2014 on Profile Design Contest -1
#92 - Mine beats the hell out of all of yours! 12/30/2014 on Profile Design Contest 0
#63 - I agree. I always see confused teens (11-14) talking about gay…  [+] (1 new reply) 12/30/2014 on Teh funnies 0
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#90 - popeflatus (12/30/2014) [-]
Kids will be kids.
#52 - So, I'm not homophobic, at all, I'm not even Religious, but I …  [+] (8 new replies) 12/30/2014 on Teh funnies 0
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#102 - jakefenris (12/30/2014) [-]
Homosexuality could work well with evolution. Consider two brothers, they both have very similar genes and chances of mutation, if one has children and the other does not, the family genes pass on. So if, granted it has yet to be found, brother A has an active gene for homosexuality, and brother B has an inactive or recessive gene for homosexuality brother B would pass on that gene.

Also, studies have been finding that mothers with a gay son are usually more fertile than other women. (1) This would explain where a homosexual gene came from and how it continues through evolution. There is also the protection benefit of homosexuality to families. Consider two brothers again in a hunter gatherer tribe. One brother is gay, the other has a family. Because of the close family ties the gay brother assists his kin in raising his family and protecting them. Also, we could speculate that this protection could be augmented if the gay brother found a husband in the tribe or clan.

Food for thought. Also, if you follow evolution humans were not created to do anything, we have simply been the most successfully adaptive animal species of the homo branches of the tree.

(1) www.livescience.com/33987-gay-men.html
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#82 - shota (12/30/2014) [-]
The whole "We exist purely to pro-create" is a philosophy that isn't exactly right, some believe it, some don't, but it's definitely not undeniable fact, it's opinion really.
I don't believe it, personally.

So you can't really bill it as a "Oh you're not supposed to be this but it happened"
I mean you want to argue nature, you could call it population control.
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#72 - ninjaroo (12/30/2014) [-]
Sickle cell anaemia, sickle cell trait and normal blood cells. Sickle cell anaemia is bad, but is a partially recessive gene. You need both alleles to have the anaemia. If you only have one, you have sickle cell trait. Having the sickle cell trait confers you a resistance to malaria. Because of this, sickle cell anaemia sticks around. Not because the anaemia helps people survive and reproduce, but because it's necessarily related to something that is.

Additionally, there is some speculation as to the possibility of homosexuality playing some other role. Having one person in your family who is more likely to take on the caregiver role improves the childs chances. Or maybe it's a response to overpopulation. Keep future generations alive by not eating all the fucking food.

TL;DR - There are definitely ways that homosexuality could stick around that are consistent with evolution.
#115 - thereallinkster (12/30/2014) [-]
That and there have been several experiments done on rats in a confined area about that could support a defined population. Once the populations reached the a high enough level typically right around that population limit the rats were found to engage in increased homosexual activity, and killing off some newborns. Now I'm not saying these are definitive but it could be that homosexuality and abortion are just natural reactions on an instinctual level to keep populations in check. However since we have the ability to act against our instincts we see a moral quandary rather than semi-natural population control.

Will see if I can find the study for anyone interested. It's really fascinating.
#87 - randaxkull (12/30/2014) [-]
I remember reading an article about how the same genes that would make a female gay, for example, would give her male siblings a sexual boost, so to speak. Basically saying that the straight brothers would go on to have more children than other straight males without the "female gay gene".

Hell if I know how it works, but it seems like it could be legit. Need more info.
#58 - anon (12/30/2014) [-]
I've thought through the very same thing before. I'm not homophobic either, but I have wondered how we can hold homosexuality above inhibiting psychological defects such as OCD and Aspergers.

But then I just shrugged it off and decided "Gays being normal" was a slogan used to combat needless stigmas, rather than compare homosexuality to heterosexuality in an evolutionary sense.
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#63 - stupidundeadzombie (12/30/2014) [-]
I agree. I always see confused teens (11-14) talking about gay rights and how no one understands them.

I know this kid, let's say his name is John. John is around 15. Last I saw, he would walk into school very feminine, he'd wear pink clothes, he wore this large furry hat, he wears skin tight jeans, and he talks about him liking men a lot.

John isn't gay. This isn't his fashion sense, either. It's an attempt to get attention and to be different. Whether it be negative attention or positive attention, I just don't know anymore.
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#90 - popeflatus (12/30/2014) [-]
Kids will be kids.
#176 - Ah. Could still pass as a fapwall. 12/29/2014 on addy & 50 shades of grey +1
#173 - It's your fapwall, correct? I have one too. Only dedicated to …  [+] (2 new replies) 12/29/2014 on addy & 50 shades of grey +1
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#175 - joshlol (12/29/2014) [-]
I made it to help motivate posttwo to twerk out
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#176 - stupidundeadzombie (12/29/2014) [-]
Ah. Could still pass as a fapwall.
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#12 - anon (12/29/2014) [-]
Demand sauce
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