so basically everyone was pretty much gay up until recently when dads started being active caregivers?
Men were home until they went to war, which was not all the time. Hunting parties happened, yes, but basically a tribe lived as a tribe.
And when men were gone for long periods of time, there were still male elders who provided the proper role modeling and mentoring for young males.
Originally Posted by Lexicon
Yes, the second is ultimately true, as I've stated recently.
But as I've delved into God's Word more, and into the psychology behind being gay, I've realized that being 'gay' is not really what the world would like you to believe in that it's not really just how someone is born, etc. It's usually brought on by psychological reasons due to lack in a person's childhood. God makes man and woman. If He had wanted a man to have feelings for another man, He would have made that original man to be a woman.
Of course, I always say God can do anything, including sanctifying a same-sex relationship. It's just that to live fully, and come into one's God-given attributes, sexual and otherwise, it's most likely that will be to be in relationship with God first, and then (if God sanctions it) a person of the opposite sex.
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