/ March of Tolerance in Krakow
Some diseases are considered incurable (at least currently).
Exactly. That's why I wrote "trying".
And you base this on... millions of years before the word "medicine" came to being and what.... 200 years when any kind of serious medical research started? How about ants, or lice, or birds. Do they have their own medical science? Without it they would have been extinct long time ago. Some species are tens of million of years old. I never heard about doctors among crocodiles. But then, I haven't watched TV in a long while.
I wrote "could" have been wiped out not "would". Never mind medical research then. Throughout time humans have developed cures for various things or the human body has evolved to be less to prone to something. It is going the other way now though, bacteria mutating faster than be kept up with, antibiotics not being able to tackle them.
Okay though, lets forget about medicine for a while. Let's take a year of no vaccinations anywhere in the world and see how we cope. (Fact is we wouldn't because we are so used to having them).
Thinking of ants, lice or birds - there are many varieties of each and yes, some have become extinct.
How do you know? You must have some deep insight into the future of medical science.
I don't for sure. It's just a belief of mine that homosexuality is "just the way you are" in the same way that I am heterosexual. There's nothing that indicates to me that it's an illness so therefore it doesn't require a cure and probably can't be stopped.
I do have a question for those who believe homosexuality is a disease or illness - what are the symptoms?