These days, homosexuals are having almost the same rights as heterosexuals, of course in some countries. Some religions, who are completly stranged from politcs cannot do much about it. But, in societies where religion still plays an important role the activity of gays are ristricted.
First of all who are gays?
I was making a little research about it and I found that there were gays in past. But because the religious people had much power, they banned them from the society. But I don't know if they were practising it in secret. About Alexander the Great, "he loved both: man and woman."
Now, religion is completly stranged from the politics. And the thing, one of several things, that matters to politicians is to garant freedom to everyone. The homosexuals are to be considered as voters and their proposal must be accepted.
I still don't have an answer to my question. Who are homosexuals? Naturally, human beings are atracted by opposite sex gender. And that's how it goes in nature as well. We don't see male horse attracted by male horse or female lion attracted by female lion. The same situation with other domestic and wild animals.
Homosexuality, is it something a person is born with? Do their brain differ from heterosexuals' brain? The answer is given by LeVay,a neuroscientist and author known for his studies about brain structures and sexuality
LeVay discovered in his double-blind experiment that approximately 10% of homosexual male brains were physiologically different from their heterosexual counterparts, some people take this as showing that people are born as homosexuals however in LeVays own words:
"It's important to stress what I didn't find. I did not prove that homosexuality was genetic, or find a genetic cause for being gay. I didn't show that gay men are born that way, the most common mistake people make in interpreting my work. Nor did I locate a gay center in the brain INAH-3 is less likely to be the sole gay nucleus of the brain than a part of a chain of nuclei engaged in men and women's sexual behavior...Since I looked at adult brains we don't know if the differences I found were there at birth, or if they appeared later" (D. Nimmons, "Sex and the brain," Discover [March 1994), 64-71).
I am afraid to tell that homosexuality is not a natural behavior of a person, instead it is something person chooses and wants to be.