Ragna qowl baa xira, dumarna meher baa xira.
I see you're at it againAll this and more is discussed in the 4th episode of the Waaq-nation podcast
@AussieHustler despite your treason you are still a card-carrying member in the kafir world
@VixR the retired fighter, we salute you
@Basra I know an intellectual the likes of you would approve
@Reiko honest just here to annoy you
If being gay was biologically deterministic then it would be impossible to account for the variation seen in numerous sexual orientation studies. What these studies have shown is that people’s sexual attractions, behaviours, and identities can change over the course of their lifespan, thereby invalidating "born this way " argument. People do choose this lifestyle based on their own personal circumstances a fact that simply can't be ignored or dismissed.
Another point of notice regarding the content of the podcast is the misleading nature of what is being advocated for. Homosexuality as we know is a sexual attraction to the same gender but only one form/type is accepted and is legal in the western hemisphere ie extra-familial homosexuality.
When it occurs inside the family it suddenly becomes a "perversion" and the same people who advocated for it become disgusted with such an orientation. Why the apparent contradiction and why is it never an issue that is discussed by these movement or even in the podcast ???
why not tackle the apparent dehumanisation policies that criminalize intra-familial homosexuality in the host nations they live in ?? why give a damn when muslims criminalise all forms of it ? If anything they should be consistent in what they advocate for and stop this selective condemnation of muslims who don't agree nor judge by the same norms and values.
I wonder how accepting the guests and host of the podcast would've been if the aunt had relations with her mum ? would the host even dare to share such sensitive info with people outside her own family ?? we all know and accept that even the most hardcore of them would have shunned her completely.
I asked you a question once before and never got an answer from you, my question was. would you be ok with a lesbian partner who had intra-familial homosexual relations with her mum and sisters ?