Yes, spreading knowledge about the history of sex, namely that the first organisms to have sex were not male and female but of the same sex, will go a long way to lessen the pervasive homophobia that still exists in societies throughout the world. We should make this knowledge more widely-known.
Yes, I feel that spreading the news of this finding would, in some communities, lessen homophobia. When people start to see how we as humans evolved (and I believe that we were created AND we evolved), then a lot of our biology becomes clearer. That the first organisms to have sex were not heterosexual sets a biological precedent for homosexuality. People who can think and reason clearly will then see that homosexuality is normal. It's not "contagious," it's just the way some people are hardwired.
This is utter insanity and makes me think i need to just leave this website of idiots completely alone, because the damage here is quite real.
What more could this be than some more brainless and baseless claim to promote the mental illness known as homosexuality? Now gays are claiming they invented sex, HAHAHA, WOW.
No spreading knowledge that the first organisms to have sex her not heterosexual would not lessen homophobia. First, homophobic people are not concerned with the first organisms and would likely consider them lesser beings, not equal to human beings. Secondly, homophobic people are determined to hold tight to their beliefs at all costs. Logic and reason do not seem to matter much to them.
People who are against homosexuality do not care about other organisms that had orgasms. They will not be swayed by this knowledge. A better way to combate homophobia would be to teach people about homosexuals and to help them meet homosexuals and learn what it is really like to be homosexual.