Transcend the obvious
To deny the obvious, all one has to do is transcend it.
“Every single system you have within your body — whether it’s your respiratory system, your excretory system, your muscular system — can be completed as an individual,” said Sean McDowell, a professor here at Biola University and a well-known Christian author and speaker. “But there’s only one system in which male and female have half and become a united whole, and that’s in reproduction.”
But God intended marriage to be about more than “plumbing,” [openly gay Christian activist, Matthew] Vines argued: “Marriage ideally should be about permanent, mutual, self-giving, self-sacrificing love.”
This is how the rainbow elephant crowd deprecates the uncomfortable truth and asserts their lies. How would any of them know what marriage is like at all when their ideal is so poor a substitute for heterosexuality? Notice Mr. Vines’ definition of the marriage ideal; it’s “about permanent, mutual, self-giving, self-sacrificing love.” Every point is a lie.
Homogamy can’t be about one or any of those things precisely because they can’t reproduce. Ask any parent who has raised their own children and they know the definition of the adjectives “permanent”, “mutual”, “self-giving” and “self-sacrificing”. Ask those same parents and they’ll give you quite a different definition of love than the self-indulgent homosexuals who try to imitate marriage. The joining of a man and woman in marriage produces offspring, and even in those rare occasions when it doesn’t result in children naturally a healthy marriage involves couples who have the mutual desire to adopt. This is the very centerpiece of marriage as it was at the beginning. In fact, the point is significant enough that God repeats the same command after the flood. Homogamy can’t and won’t reproduce itself except by spiritual and mental deviancy.
It is more than ironic that these deniers of reality are known as “gay”.