Hare Krsna Prabhus and Friends,
We hear from Srila Prabhupada that generally speaking even animals do not have homosexuality in their species!

Prabhupada: Now they are indulging homosex, how they will become strong? And the students, they are discussing, that means they are having. The stamina is being lost. Now what they have created, it will be lost.
(A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. 9th May 1975. Morning Walk. Perth, Australia)

...not sentimental. There is no religion, and still, they are professing, "I am this reli..., I profess this religion," Where is your religion? If actually there was religion in the human society, why there are so many problems? There should not have been so many problems. The problems are in the animal society. Why there should be problem in human society? Because they have given up the real principles. They are simply animals. Therefore there are so many problems. Actually there is no problem. Even they are not animal. Less than animal. In animal society there is no problem. There is problem, but not so acute. They are free. Just like the ducks, the pigeons, they fly from one country to another. They have no problem of immigration department, passport, or visa. They have no problem. These rascals should understand that they have created problem on account of their animalistic, less than animalistic civilization. There is no limit of sense gratification. The sense gratification, homosex, they are supporting. Just see. Just see. At least, in animal society there is no homosex. They have created homosex, and that is being passed by the priest, the religious heads. You know that?
(A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. 25th August 1971. Room Conversation. London, England.)

Syamasundara: Christian..."Watchtower?"
Prabhupada: "Watchtower." It has criticized, one priest has allowed the marriage between man to man, homosex. So these things are going on. They take it purely for prostitution. That's all. So therefore people are thinking, "What is the use of keeping a regular prostitution at a cost of heavy expenditure? Better not to have this."
Syamasundara: You use that example of the cow and the market?
Prabhupada: Yes, when the milk is available in the market, what is the use of keeping a cow? (laughter) It is a very abominable condition. In the western countries I have seen. Here also, in India, gradually it is coming to be so. (Speaks to someone in Bengali) (break) ...movement is especially meant for making human life, reaching the real goal.
(A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. 27th February 1972. Talk with Bob Cohen - became the book Perfect Questions Perfect Anwers. Mayapur, India)

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