Sunday, May 4, 2008

Boundaries of Love

So I'm watching this show on ABC, Brothers & Sisters and the guy on the show is "feeling (in like of)" his biological sister, anyway, he's explaining this to his gay brother....and the brother called him a sicko...so I started pondering.

How can you defend homosexuality, or anything "so-called" non-traditional...and have feelings against "inbreeding" if the whole argument is based on the right to love whom you choose?

I guess I'm wondering how one could defend the concept of homosexuality and not also defend incest...because at the end of the day, it's all about the freedom to love whom you choose? How is this any different....

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

My sentiment exactly..if how you choose to love is non-traditional and goes against everything that has been taught in the bible (if you were brought up in the christian faith) then lest you be a hypocrite to judge anyone else's desires



phynxsun

May 5, 2008 at 12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My sentiment exactly..if how you choose to love is non-traditional and goes against everything that has been taught in the bible (if you were brought up in the christian faith) then lest you be a hypocrite to judge anyone else's desires



phynxsun

May 5, 2008 at 12:51 PM  
Blogger tory said...

hmmm... i'm not sure (all) homosexuals rationally choose to love whom they love no more than heterosexuals. thus, i think your argument against a homosexual criticising an 'non-traditional' affinity for one's sibling is leaning to heavily on the idea that love and attraction occupy some rational place in the mind. however, i understand where you're coming from; as it seems that margenalized people (homosexuals in this case) should not throw rocks when they themselves live a lifestyle that is not totally accepted in society.

June 20, 2008 at 5:55 PM  

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