I am getting concerned with the fact that we now have 2 questions in quick succession by the same person about the normality of homosexuality
The questions are also written by someone with a non-identifiable username.
We had a similar spell over in Psychology.SE and with it being such an emotive subject which needs sensitive handling, we need to prevent things going too far.
We had a discussion on Psychology.SE Meta about this very thing as:
This post made it into the hot-questions list and people were, probably rightfully, offended by it. Being called mentally ill because of one's sexual preference is questionable at best.
In response to this post, 'revenge' posts were put in place asking whether transgenders and black people are mentally ill. These two posts were deleted pretty much instantaneously by the mod team, because of the aggressive, troll-like nature.
I am not going into what some of the people said in the deleted comments and answers to https://psychology.stackexchange.com/questions/17540/is-homosexuality-a-mental-disorder but let's say they were very unsavoury.
This part is a heads-up just in case this sort of thing happens here, but I feel we need to decide what we do with further questions along the same lines in order to prevent any escalation of offense here.
The question Why doctors and scientists consider homosexuality normal? has already got 2 answers and some comments which could inflame things, such as
Animals can catch diseases too. Homosexuality might be one of the diseases that both a human and an animal can get.
I feel @Narusan-in-coma did well to put a "spoiler hidden" comment instead of commenting on full view as that gives choice on whether you are exposed to the comment or not, however, the fact that the comment was necessary indicates the seriousness of what we may be dealing with.
Do we agree to close further questions immediately without comment or answers on the basis that it is already answered at What are the causes of being gay?
What are everyone's thoughts on this?