- Noneofyour BusinessTed
- Rancho Cordova, CA
- United States
Are gender or behavioral roles important to society?
There are many homosexuals living amongst us and could arise in any family. While it seems obviously unnatural, does this ubiquity mean that we should accept them as just another kind of person as natural as any other? Even if so, what then should their role be? What should our roles be? In some societies that had specific roles for men and for women, people were allowed to choose which role and become that gender behaviorally. I think others had a kind of third gender state. Do we need roles at all and if so, does sex have to be a determiner (or contribute to the determination) of that role? It seems hard to avoid.