Superman123 Posted July 11, 2011 Report Share Posted July 11, 2011 Hello All, I am a gay man that has started getting interested in objectivism. Unfortunately I have come to realize that objectivism and being gay does not really mix well. Although most of the logical/rational arugments that I can find (on the internet) cannot prove anything wrong with homosexuality, I have come to realize that most Objectivists (apart from a few exceptions) do not really keep logical beliefs about homosexuality. Most of them are happy to let their personal biases rule over their own reason. Homosexuality as I see it is a product of bother nature AND nurture. I find that this view is the best fit whith what we know about homosexuality today. I feel dissappointed since I thought this would be a philosophy that I could really accept as an athiest. While on facebook I found some "gay objectivists" most of them seem to have a problem with their own sexuality. One very outspoken "gay objectivist" couple I found seemed very suspicious i.e. I do not think they are really gay or even a couple - there were just to many inconsistencies. I wonder what their agenda are. I also find it confusioning that most objectivists find Ayn Rand's support of capitalism and limited government more important than her views against religion. I have even found some "christian objectivists" on-online. Please can somebody tell me how that can make any sense at all? Is objectivist just another word for conservative (in the closet christians)? Perhaps somebody can put some light on this for me. Regards, Andre Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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