I was thinking about something the other day and I wanted to share it with you people and get some feedback. It has been posited that homosexuality has a genetic component. I'm not sure if that's true, but let's say it is. I don't support gay marriage, but I'm going to propose that allowing it and socially accepting gays could lead to the extinction of gay people if homosexuality is genetic. Here's how it works: In a non-gay accepting, non-gay marriage allowing society, gay people would be likely to be socially pressured into a straight relationship, thus passing on the gay gene. For example, if a gay man has sex with a woman, it could lead to the birth of a gay baby. Therefore, by allowing gay people to have legally-sanctioned gay relationships, the gays can be with each other and not with opposite-sex partners. Another idea is having the government pay gay men to have vasectomies. That way, even if they have an intimate encounter with a woman, the gay gene will not spread. This would be a win-win for everyone. Gay people could fall in love, get married, and live out their lives in peace. Meanwhile, they will die out and we could have a straighter, more genetically pure society. By ensuring that gay mens' little gay sperm never impregnate a woman, we can end male homosexuality. Keep in mind that this is just the results of my brainstorming. I'm not saying I support gay marriage or anti-gay eugenics. I'm sure that homosexuality is more complicated than a simple genetic issue, and homosexual intimate encounters are still sinful regardless.