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Homosexuality and choice

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/* Choice and civil-rights status */
In short, the distinction is between characteristics that may be altered, and that thus do not merit civil-rights protection, and immutable characteristics, which do merit civil-rights protection. This is why sexual orientation does not merit civil-rights protection, while characteristics such as race, sex, and religion do.
=actually race, religion, and sex can be changed willingly=
people can convert from aetheism to christianity
people can convert from christianity to judaism
every year nearly 800 sex change operations are performed worldwide
it is entirely possible to change your race
therefore homosexuality is equally justified
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