In what way? When critics argue that homosexuality is a dysfunction and therefore not genetic, pro-homos argue that it's not a choice and it's biologically wired, and that homosexuals are exactly the same as heterosexuals, except that they like people of the same sex. (Notice: exactly the same). At the same time, people like Saletan then say homosexuals have a completely different psychology, emotional structure, and culture, and are completely different than heterosexuals. (Notice: completely different). Saletan couldn't furnish a better example of human idiocy regarding sexuality ideas garnered for the moronic liberal masses.
But Saletan reaches the pinnacle of his twisted-around sexuality comparison with the following argument: in "Zoo," all the men who engage in sex with horses could not really be accused of abuse in the strict sense of physically hurting the animals,
because, in all cases, it is the horse that is active and the man that is bending down. This, he claims, is the utmost symbol of... heterosexuality.
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