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BREAKING: Man Steps Forward with Sexual Assault Allegations against Sen. Cory Booker
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BREAKING: Man Steps Forward with Sexual Assault Allegations against Sen. Cory Booker — With Lawyer Response to Gateway Pundit

So, it appears he really is gay, despite denying it for years.
The true purpose of democracy is not to select the best leaders — a clearly debatable obligation — but to facilitate the prompt and peaceful removal of obviously bad ones. 
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He's most likely bi-sexual.  Most 'so called' homosexuals are really Bi, to one extent or the other.  Having worked in the interior deign field, I've been around more than my share of both.  My true homosexual clients are almost all quite open about it, and are more at peace with their 'problem'.  

There also seems to be a sliding scale of the extent of same sex proclivity within males, and the incidence is higher than it appears. And of course 'proclivities' are easily hidden, so it is a surprise to most when they get a better idea of the percentage of bisexuality within the general population.

Its an interesting subject and one that I have followed up since getting into my graduate education. As a physical anthropologist, the study of genetics is a Must, because it deals directly with the development of hominids. Genetics, and how it relates to Natural Selection, is a very interesting subject to try to understand. We are all products of our genetic makeup.

But the one overriding trait that makes for a successful species is the ability to pass one's genes on to the next generation. Consequently homosexuality is genetically self-defeating in that respect, and that's why the percentage of full homosexual is a very small percentage. They tend to solve their problem by not contributing to the gene pool. But having a mixture of this genetic thing is where the real problem arises. And too, bi-sexuality is how gene related diseases are hard to stamp out. Its how AIDS managed to spread so easily within the general population.

As for females, they are really the stronger of the sexes, from a genetic perspective. So one would expect them to have a much smaller percentile of homosexuality, and that is the case. Most examples of female sexual relationships are the result of bad experiences with the opposite sex.

I've always been intrigued in this subject, and how genes play such a large part here. And having such a rich field of study within my profession, I have spent a great deal of time discussing this subject with a number of clients who range from 100% homosexual to just a mixture. And I've come to the conclusion that is one anomaly that will always be with us to one extent or the other.
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Just an allegation nothing more, not worth the coverage it is getting. If he really has a case, he should present his case in court, otherwise...…….
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So Spartacus has an Achilles heel? Shouldn't have aimed so many barbs at Judge Kavanaugh.

You said that homosexuality is self-limiting, since their genes are not preserved in general human heredity. But this raises the question I have wondered about for a long time. Is homosexuality genetic? Is it nature, or is it nurture? If as some homosexuals claim, they are born that way, then no one can blame them for it, any more than you would blame a dwarf for being short. But other homosexuals claim it is a "lifestyle choice." If that is the case, then it is society's legitimate business.

I used to know of a guy who said he was homosexual. He claims he was kidnapped and raped by a man at a bowling alley, who brainwashed him into believing he was homosexual. (He died of AIDS-related illness some time ago.) Interestingly, he has an identical twin brother who is not homosexual in the slightest. He is married, with four kids. He is a member of my church. The contrasting experience of these twins seems to suggest that homosexuality--at least in this one case--was not genetic, not nature.

What do you think about this?

Would it be in society's best interests to discourage voluntary bi-sexuality?
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I had a cousin that was gay, he died of AIDs in the 1980s. In 1975, he showed up to my grandfather's funeral dress in drag. My father gave his sister 15 minutes to convince him to leave the funeral home failing which he would physically remove him. He left.
The true purpose of democracy is not to select the best leaders — a clearly debatable obligation — but to facilitate the prompt and peaceful removal of obviously bad ones. 
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There used to be many stories of Homosexuality being passed on, from an abuser to a victim. Such research is hard to find now, because most things that disprove "politically correct" theories are routinely removed from circulation. Causation seems to be actually more experiential than genetic.
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