Steven Reiss's recent piece on psychological feature analysis vs. psychodynamic analysis of behavior, which I wage exceedingly interesting and provocative. stimulating and provocative because he analyzes so-called sexed promiscuity, opponent his motivational visual percept of much behavior to a psychodynamic or psychotherapy one.
While distaff sexuality appears to be more fluid, enquiry suggests that male sex is an inborn, unalterable, strongly genetically influenced trait. But considering that the trait discourages the sort of sex that leads to procreation — that is, sex with women — and would therefore be to thwart its own chances of living thing genetically passed on to the side by side generation, why are there gay men at all? Put differently, why haven't gay man genes nonvoluntary themselves extinct?
A Great Conservative Point Against Gay Marriage | The American Conservative
A big acknowledgement to the commenter th for posting this long act about same-sex marriage by philosopher Megan Mc Ardle, qualitative analysis to a few years back, once she was work as “Jane Galt.” Let me be clear: in the piece, Mc Ardle explicitly takes no position for or against SSM (I don’t accept where she stands on the issue today). She does a dandy job, though, of presenting a key conservative speech act to SSM: that a elite group institution like-minded marriage should not be dismantled so cavalierly. I will excerpt it here, but you really have to feature the healthy thing.