Gay or Straight?
An ecologist once told me that the earth has a finite surface area. There are millions upon millions of different plant and animal species that populate this earth. He said, "Think of a pin top, only so much can go on the head of a pin until things start to fall off. The same goes for the earth. Only so much can populate this earth until things start to 'fall off.'" The laws of population density are not immune to human communities. Studies show that in communities where the population is reaching maximum density, the members of that community will adapt. Ways to decrease the population can happen through disease, violence, or through the inhibition of reproduction, i.e. sterility or homosexuality. Such measures are taken to protect the stability of the habited environment and to ensure the harmonious development of future generations.
So if you ask me, gay or straight? Right or wrong, then I say, it's all just natural and there's no right or wrong way about it.
But I do have to draw the line somewhere and though it may be difficult for some to hear, I personally don't think we should be using artificial inseminations or fertility drugs, or anything that reverses what nature has already set in place when it comes to the natural response of REPRODUCTION. I believe these measures were put in place for a reason and I hesitate overriding what nature has chosen to do, even if we can, for just because we can doesn't always mean we should. And this goes the same for heterosexual women and men who may be unable to have children because of infertility as well as gay women and men, where obviously the only fundamental difference between them and their fellow heterosexual couples is their ability to reproduce within union.
And to reiterate, the ONLY fundamental difference that sets gays and straights apart is, in fact, reproduction, and I think that is the most important element to keep in mind. Nature is, quite plainly, simply elementary.
Ps. Why not adopt a cute little Chinese baby? Unless you aspire to be like the Octomom, which is a very good example of why I think why I think.