Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Bisexuality as a way to prevent population imbalances and global collapse

"The new doomsayers all point to the same collection of threats - climate change, resource depletion and population imbalances being the most important." - Dylan Evans,3604,1671576,00.html

Too many people means too much climate change and too much resource depletion.

There is an easy answer - encourage bisexual and homosexual behaviour.

Czech MPs approve law on same-sex partnerships
Homosexual couples in Britain begin civil partnerships

In parts of the Bible, bisexuality seems to be encouraged. Think for example of David and Jonathan. Jonathan Loved David

In one or two parts of the Bible, the slaughter of animals is encouraged. We no longer take these parts of the Bible seriously.

In one or two parts of the Bible, certain types of homosexual behaviour are discouraged because of (a) the need to keep up the size of the tribe (b) the need to prevent the spread of certain diseases through homosexual prostitution. Nowadays we no longer need to keep up the size of the tribe.

In Moslem countries, same sex friendships are common. The Prophet Mohamed's closest friend was Zaid, his male slave. Mohamed's first wife was Khadija. She was was aged forty at the time of their marriage and 'well past her youth'. Mohamed was about fifteen years younger. Handsome fifteen year old Zaid was the wedding gift given by Khadija to Mohamed. Mohamed and Zaid became very close friends. Gay Moslems Bisexual animals? Bisexual Moslems? Sex with boys?

God has created, or allowed to evolve, lots of bisexual creatures.
Salon Ivory Tower The fabulous kingdom of gay animals

In some parts of the animal kingdom and in some part of the human kingdom, heterosexual activity has often been discouraged; the reason for this is the need to keep down the size of the population.


Ferdinand Karsch-Haack demonstrated the occurrence of same-sex sexual activity throughout the animal kingdom, among the so-called primitive peoples, and in all non-Western cultures.

"As Jared Diamond explains in his recent book, 'Collapse', the Maya depleted one of their principal resources - trees - and this triggered a series of problems such as soil erosion, decrease of useable farmland and drought. The growing population that drove this overexploitation was thus faced with a diminishing amount of food, which led to increasing migration and bloody civil war. The collapse of the civilisation on Easter Island followed a similar pattern, with deforestation leading to other ecological problems and warfare." - Dylan Evans.

The answer is to more like the Bonobo chimps? FLIRTING BOYS and peeing down the legs of morning suits.


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