they have been made to believe or are in utter ignorance of the fact that others may be different
from them. What am I saying? I am saying that these members of the LGBT community are not
any less to their straight counterparts because they both reflect the reality of humanity.
Some may also argue that there is no known scientific backing for this behaviour and that they are
therefore immoral. Nothing can be further from the truth that science has not exhausted all facts
concerning human physiology and system thus it would be premature to reach a conclusion that
there is lack of scientific proof that one can be born gay or lesbian. It is, therefore, my opinion that
scientific researchers should provide evidence for the existence of this reality. Those who hold
religious beliefs against the LGBT community are most likely missing the point, be it the Bible
the Quran, both recognize God (supernatural being) as the supreme creator of mankind; He created
both male and female as well as those who belong to the LGBT community. Furthermore, these
spiritual books reveal God as who loves and non-discriminating, it is therefore hypocritical for
those who hold these beliefs to discriminate against others that do not hold their opinions or worse
call them immoral.
Who is, therefore, the custodian of morality? Not one is my answer, that which is manifested in
man is the reality of that person and as such, no one should be judged as either moral or immoral
on the basis of some religious, cultural or some stated fact. Rather, all persons should learn to
respect the various realities manifested in man. According to Nietzsche writing on perspectives,
reality is created out of the chaos and flux of existence by the will to power, it would therefore
erroneous to be objective when dealing with the subject of the LGBT community; for they have
the will and what it takes to be who they are, they have created what best defines their personality
and anyone who views them negatively are obviously bias and discriminating.