Gay Extropians!!!

Date: Fri Oct 06 2000 - 11:26:30 MDT

I'd like to reframe the dicussion of Gay issues on this list bi
interjecting the following idea... does Gay and Lesbian culture serve a
evolutionarily useful (even Extropianistic) function in society? Those of
us who work in the computer/internet industry know that we are perhaps the
most vocal and tolerant industry in terms of GLBT concerns. As well as a
large number of GLBT leaders in this evolutionary field from Turing all
the way to Mark Pesce...

Timothy Leary wrote: "Since homosexuality has always been a part of every
society, you have to assume that there is something necessary, correct
and valid - genetically natural - about it."

My question: Does Gay (GLBT included) culture serve an Extropianistic role
in human society?

- Eric

On Thu, 5 Oct 2000, Technotranscendence wrote:

> On Thursday, October 05, 2000 2:05 PM wrote:
> > Ps. any other Gay Extropains on this list?
> Me.
> Cheers!
> Daniel Ust

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