Quix, I think you're missing my point a tad. I am not refering to the affects of what addictions are and how they affect the release of chemicals etc. within the mind.
Perhaps you could state your points more clearly.
I don’t know if you are talking about demonization factors or what . . .
Lust . . . of whatever levels toward whatever objects has to register on the brain of the individual as well as on the lymbic system to have any serious influence.
I could easily agree that homosexual lust appears to be of above average intensity if one is talking about such individuals as a group compared to other individuals in groups lusting after other objects.
I’m not sure what that says or means.
Individuals within those groups would be on a continuum—of below average to above average in the typical bell curve on those factors.
Homosexuals a standard deviation below average in those ‘burning lust’ factors would probably experience LESS of such intense burning than someone who was one standard deviaion above average on lusting after chocolate ice cream.
Is it MORE likely that there would be MORE of a demonic tweak to such burning with homosexual lusting than with lusting after chocolate ice cream? Perhaps. Though I’ve known some ice cream lusters who might well argue the point.