The acceptance of homosexuality is predicated upon the assumption that male and female are not made for each other.I had not thought of it this way before. But, of course, this is just a species of the larger problem of the abandonment of final causality: nothing is for anything. Nothing has any intrinsic purpose at all --except when you are a scientist and you forget yourself and start muttering about parts of things being for this or that despite your rejection of the same things outside your discipline.
In fact it is interesting that those who will talk about every other bodily organ being for something (a heart is "for" pumping blood, a kidney is "for" filtering the blood, etc.) will turn right around and deny that the sexual organs are for what they are obviously for (and what, by inference, they are not for).
This just underscores the vast divide that exists between those of us who consistently accept that there are intrinsic purposes in things (including all bodily organs), and those who inconsistently reject it.