Moral or Immorral
People consider nature morality. They associate nature as being pure and good. Unnatural as being corrupt and evil.
Morality is based on spiritual and personal beliefs and on accepted standards for the respect of others.
Good judgment should not equate what's common with what's right or good. Nonconformity is not the same as immoral.
Some people confuse what "is" with what they "think" ought to be.
Nature is a moral. Not moral or immoral. There's sunshine, flowers, and sea breeze, but on the other hand there's diseases, earthquakes, and hurricanes.
Some people think that you must be married in order to have sex; and because homosexuals are not married, they are wrong.
Many people think that homosexual marriages would destroy families, and that it is a threat to society and its children. Children are vulnerable and impresstional.
Many say it is also a threat to tradition. No change in tradition is wanted. It would lead society corruption. (Wasn't slavery and segregation tradition?)
Many people say it's not natural. God created "Adam and Eve" NOT "Adam and Steve."
"What if everyone were homosexual? The whole human species would be wiped out in a few decades!" But on the other hand what if everyone had 8 children?
In the Institute for Sex Research Survey, 49% said gay marriages would lead to society corruption. 63% considered it harmful to the American life.
In 1981 there was no doubt that being homosexual was considered immoral. 71% population said that it was wrong. 295 considered homosexual not immoral. (10% of, which was made up by the homosexuals themselves.)