I am not sure where NotTheMama gets the idea that you can't be born homosexual, but it would seem to go all [proper, peer-reviewed] scientific learning. The fact that a pretty constant percentage of people across the world is homosexual would incidate that homosexuals are born, not made.
I am so tired of the anti-gay comments from barely evolved, human beings who wouldn't know a fact if it hit them in the face, and couldn't produce an ounce of human decency in them if they were killed by a juicer.
I am really looking forward to the day when Dogbert takes over the earth and uses everyone who thumbed up all these homophobic comments to colonize mars, with the PHB in control of the expeditions budget, and Wally designing the rockets.
In short I'm sick of you people and want you off my planet.
first supreme court can't make laws, they are the one who enforce existing laws, and this law regarding homosexuals is as old as British India. Scott just want to bash India and Indian court but he doesn't takes into consideration that Supreme Court itself commented that this law should be stripped off from books. It's not like people are not trying to get rid of this law but there is some thing called vote bank politics which takes down these issues on the bottom of the list. Unless gays become a vote bank, there is no hope for them in this country.
So sad to see Scott falling victim to political pablum. We've enjoyed your apolitical humor many years. Is this your way of announcing something personal? Ok then. But it would have been better to just do that, I'd say. Incidentally, the majority of the planet (including the majority of this country) do not support homosexual marriage or homosexuality in general. And no one, not the Supreme Galactic court, not King Obama, NO ONE can legislate change to a people's value system. Write all the laws you like, find as many homosexual judges as you can, in the end, homosexuality is still frowned upon, and likely always will be. THAT is the how the majority has ruled, and nothing can change that. So, maybe stick to writing jokes- it was working out pretty well for you, after all.