Homosexuals leave no family legacy

Show me a homosexual family with many generations. I mean a same-sex couple who have adopted children, who have their own children, and so on.

You cannot find one, because homosexual relationships do not last - at least, not for a lifetime.

Gays and lesbians cannot have children, they must adopt. And, even when they do, their children (if gay or lesbian) cannot produce another generation.

In other words, you can never find an intergenerational homosexual family, unlike great grandmas and great grandpas who have three, four or five generations of offspring.

Even though homosexuals have been around for centuries, they do not contribute to lasting family legacies.

They cannot trace their roots, because they end before they even begin.

Homosexuals do not contribute to a strong, resilient family (and they never have).

Lawrence Seow


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