Re: Homosexuality: male & female

Yousuf Khan (
Sun, 15 Sep 1996 15:58:28 GMT

On Sat, 14 Sep 1996 18:25:30 -0800, Stephen Barnard <>

>The very lovely and talented Lars Eigner said:

>>One of the wierdest stories I've heard about justifying bisexuality is
>>based on this positional argument. If a man enters another man, then the


>>These are all ways to avoid being labled homosexual or bisexual. They are
>>excuses in other words.

No-no, Stephen, it wasn't Lars who said that, it was I. Lars was quoting

>And then, in respose to Yousuf Khan, who wrote:
>> >Yes, but doesn't it just go to show how far off people are in their
>> >definitions of what is homosexual and what is heterosexual behaviour?

Yes, now you identified the quoter right.

>the ever more lovely and talented Lars wrote:

>> This impression comes from looking at these cultures through our
>> own biases. To them, that the partners have genitals of the same


>I would say that calling something "weird" and making "excuses" shows a
>fair degree of bias. Perhaps the very lovely and talented Lars believes
>that everyone else's opinions are due to "bias" but that his own
>opinions are cold, hard fact.

> Steve Barnard

Again, it was I who said "wierd" and "excuses". Lars was the one saying,
that's just our biases. This misunderstanding wouldn't have happened if you
identified the initial quote right.

Yousuf Khan

Yousuf J. Khan
Ottawa, Ont, Canada
Nation's capital