Originally Posted by scccdoc
The point is over your head if you do not relate the two. In nature, there IS aberrant behavior, so what's your point? If it exists, it is normal?
Again, you just type, no thought to your rhetorical questions.
- Departing from an accepted standard.
- Diverging from the normal type.
What other types of "aberrant" behaviors should we suppress simply because they diverge from the norm? I could pick any one of the activities that you may enjoy yet 51% of the population do not and call it "aberrant". Does that give me license to suppress that activity simply because most people don't swing that way?
The real question that you're avoiding, as your are so adept at, is how does that behavior in others adversly affect you, or anyone else, other than your inability to deal with it?