The one thing I've noticed about the LGBT community is that we tend to have fairly open minds in regards to how we feel about certain hot button (sex, religion, race & culture) issues. That's not to say that we all agree on every topic of discussion, but generally you will find people who are marginalized for their beliefs, tend to be more accepting of others and different ways of thinking. So here is a silly question. Science has gotten to a point where it can literally build life from nothing, in vitro fertilization, tissue regeneration technology, cloning and DNA mapping are very much a reality, and where it stops, who knows. So lets say you met someone and hit it off. Fast forward a few months, and before things start getting serious, they reveal to you that they were genetically engineered by a laboratory as part of a human experiment. Everything about them was 'chosen', height, weight, hair color, eye color, personality traits, intelligence, skill set, likes/dislikes, and they presented you with documentation and video proof of the procedure that brought them into the world. To take it one step further, one more foot into the twilight zone, they tell you that they were engineered with no genetic defects or predisposition to certain types of illnesses or disease. They will live to be exactly 100 years old. They have no biological parents or family history to speak of, yet they did grow up with a neutral family to learn human interactions, and they find you very interesting. They have also never experienced love or sex, but would be willing to learn about it with you. And for a little more freakish fun. This person is only able to fall in love once, and if that love ends, the experiment ends, he/she is to be terminated upon the experiment ending. Could you love someone like this?