I think that God is irrelevant to this topic because this topic is about the survival of a species. We are the same as all mammals we reproduce so that our people stay on the earth for years to come and this was happening thousands of years before the concept of God or gods was even around. I disagree with the passage because sexual intercourse can happen between any genders weather that be with two males or two females. I also think that people don't have to get married or even have to love each other. I believe that the two people who have sexual intercourse only have too agree that they want to and believe they are ready.
My question is: What are your beliefs on the subjects?
Nico Di Angelo from the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series and the Hero's of Olympus series stands out to me because he shows how much a person can change. In the beginning of the Titans Curse (book 3 of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series) Nico was a very happy out going kid even after he encountered his first monster who tried to kill him. He went to Camp Half-Blood (the only safe place for people like him, Greek demigods), and his sister went on a quest. She dies saving all of the other people on the quest. His cousin Percy (the main character) tells him. Nico becomes angry and bitter as he runs away from camp, but not before being claimed by his father Hades and using his godly power for the first time summoning skeleton warriors that attack Percy. Nico appears in the other book throughout that particular series and helps Percy at times. He is re-introduced in the Hero's of Olympus series when Percy loses his memories and wanders into another camp but instead of being a Greek camp it is Roman and called Camp Jupiter. Nico has a new sister and is more caring now that he has a family to care for. At the end of the series Nico has become less negative now that he has a happy go lucky boyfriend, Will Solace son of Apollo.