Ah I see you're still failing to understand both this discussion and natural selection.
Do feel free to point out what you seem to think I'm concluding here, since you're building a nice little strawman apparently.
great, so next we're left with whether or not people may think it's accurate to consider homosexuality's continued occurrence as something determined by selection.
a thing that was in contention for a while and something we still aren't quite clear on, but outcome of your specific belief isn't...
Correcting inaccurate information is never redundant.
And on the contrary, the debates in this thread have been some of the most extensive the forum has seen lately and has even brought actual trained scientists out of the woodwork to comment!
It's anything but stifled.
Just playing the cards you're dealing =)
Because you're inexplicably arrogant about something you're clearly incorrect and uninformed about.
Remember that my point here is that there need not be an NS-related advantage to homosexuality for the phenomenon to continue to occur. And here you make...