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Should Insurance Plans Cover Homosexuality As a Preexisting Medical Condition? | Only in American

Should Insurance Plans Cover Homosexuality As a Preexisting Medical Condition?

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Homosexuality is a disease that has long plagued the gay community.  The CDC reports that for every four confirmed cases of homosexuality, three men afflicted with this condition have a genetic mutation of the SRY gene that forces them to exhibit hallmark symptoms of homosexuality, including a primal hunger for same-gender DNA and accented speech.  The other 25% of men contract homosexuality through other means, including chemtrails, temptation and other methods debated by the scientific community.

Scientists working on behalf the Christian Defense League of Texas confirm findings by the CDC.  In a recent assay involving over 200 gay men, genetic testing revealed their homosexuality was innate and encoded by a damaged SRY gene.  In gay males, the SRY transcription factor causes the production of oddly shaped testosterone, causing confusing fluctuations of masculinity during the male’s pivotal adolescent years.

[democracy id=”2″] It is during this time that researchers believe males either become fully accept or become at least agnostic toward their homosexuality, leading to what is traditionally known as the gay lifestyle:  intense work schedules, jetting off to exotic fleshy vacations to whet innate desire, sassy and cerebral tendency in conversation, insomnia conquered by late-night coke fueled benders and constant desire to seek foreign testosterone all hours of the day.

Many gay men would like reprieve from their intense ways but have to live with the shame and dogma of the expenses of medical treatment.  Nationwide, if parents decide that their child may be exhibiting signs of Type 1 homosexuality (present at birth), they are faced with years of frustrating and expensive medical treatment such as gay conversion and gene therapy.

Most Americans cannot afford to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars out of pocket, so parents are forced to watch their child grow up and endure the hormonal storm of emergent homosexuality.  If insurance companies were to be forced to include homosexuality as a preexisting condition, over 4 million Americans would then have access to the medical treatment for homosexuality.

Americans who have contracted homosexuality deserve fair insurance coverage and it is criminal to prevent them from such.

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    Nettie says

    Wow being gay is not an ailment. By your logic a person’s race should be considered a medical condition. But just like being white is the way you’re born, so is being gay!

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      Dan Forster says

      You are proving the point. At the doctor’s office they ask you your race because it helps to determine your medical treatment. It only makes since they should ask about your homosexuality so they can decide what treatment is best for you.

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