Are any of the arguments against the LGBT community based on logic?Posted by: briantheliberal
Even before the progression of LGBT rights, it seems as if pretty much every argument against lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and trans inidividuals is becoming more and more asinine and illogical. It's as if anti-gay people love to resort to blatant and debunked lies, fear mongering, and logical fallacies. What do you think? http://www.splcenter.org/get-informed/intelligence-report/browse-all-issues/2010/winter/10-myths
Yes. All or some arguments against the LGBT community are based on logic.
No. None of the arguments against the LGBT community are based on logic.
There are rational explanations. The deviants that make up the LGBT community are sticking things into other things that weren't designed to have the first things stuck into them. Those other things have little things called pathogens. Those pathogens spread. A good example is AIDS. It either comes from heroin or sticking something into something you shouldn't have stuck it in. Nice job, guys. Also, the flamboyancy is an eyesore.
yes read Leviticus 18:22, but however god hates no man. in the new testament we find that god heals a centurion's servant whom bible and historical scholars believe was gay.
You can easily make the argument that it is a mental illness. VERY EASILY!
Marxist-Leninist arguments against LGBT are based on logic! 1. Marriage [as a concept that has to do with having ownership over another person] is a tyrannical institution that must be abolished so we can all be free of romantic oppression! No marriage for gays and no marriage for straights! No marriage for anybody! Good riddance. Be free people, live without the misery! 2. Homosexuality is a form of hysteria induced by the insanities of the excess imperial atmospheres of a Capitalist society which is approaching its ultimate critical mass! Under a Communist utopia homosexuality would vanish and we'd become transhuman pandrogynous-beings without sexual organs or a desire for our former primate-conceptions of sexual attraction . . .
"LGBT" individuals are not bad or wrong, but the mistake commonly associated with these feelings is that it is inherent and people are made "LGBT". This is not true, while many people feel that they were always like this, feelings such as these arise from a subconscious choice made early in life that defined a persons life incorrectly. Also laws guaranteeing blind egalitarianism violate freedom of religion, an inherent right guaranteed by the first amendment. The best way to help "LGBT" people is to explain to them that they are actually not that way and can receive professional help. Also, the rainbow is a promise made by God, not a symbol to be abused. it is very rude that this is used a flag for this movement.
Yes, all of them!
Homosexuality is unnatural. Why else do you think the law prevents them from donating blood unless they haven't had same-sex intercourse for 12 months or more? Two men or two women cannot produce an offspring, that is the best logical proof that it is not how humans are designed to live. It seems that a lot of the population believes that homophobia stems from religious beliefs. I personally am not even religious. I've never discriminated against an individual who identifies as LGBTQ+ my entire life, and I never intend to. Not supporting homosexual conduct is simply my opinion, and I do not wish to get discriminated against because of it.
Yes, there are innumerable logical arguments against the LGBT community; and not just based on religious beliefs. Rather, they are based on common sense and an appropriate state of mind. You cannot be "born" gay, lesbian, bisexual, or absurdly, a gender that your reproductive organs seem to contradict. It is something that people adopt as they age; they adopt this mental disorder. Feeling sexually attracted to your own gender and/or feeling that you should have been born with a penis instead of a vagina (or vice versa), is ultimately just what it is. A feeling. A pathetic one. You're simply forcing yourself to be someone you're not, and receiving the expected hate for it. Blame yourselves for being ill, and blame yourselves for being rejected in society. Why are you so fixated on how logical the arguments against the LBGT community are, when the concept of LGBT isn't logical itself?
Absolutely not. There are perhaps arguments based on one's own religious doctrine or pure disdain for the LGBT, but none of that, unfortunately, is logic. Ad hominems and "because I said so"s are irrelevant in logic, because they are not logical.
The only anti-LGBT arguments that I can find are all based on religion or personal disdain. Both of these things are not at all based on logic.
Yes, as some of the actions that the public wishes to push in favor of the LGBT community would end up alienating these people even more so and worsening their treatment. I am too lazy to give examples. Message me I guess if you're curious, night.
Most of the peopleI talk to go on about religious beliefs and how LGBTQ is going against the church, so no, it is, for the most part, not based on logic.