It's likely only a matter of time that this becomes yesterday's news
Most progressives purport that homosexuality is a genetic predisposition or an outright genetic expression. Hence, homosexuality is not a behavior of choice, but a condition of existence according to the happenstance of the collective genetic soup and all of its realizations. For what it's worth, I happen to believe that this is likely the case.
Also, most progressives assert that a fetus is not a person until some nebulous marker during pregnancy indicates otherwise. Some (like the DNCs Chairwoman) even assert that someone doesn't become a person until coming to full-term. For what it's worth, I don't think anyone has the requisite information do determine when human life begins, but that conversation's been done already.
Often, these two positions are firmly held by the same person. What side will they land on when this happens?
If we can identify the genetic markers that will determine homosexuality (or what may be deemed as any number of birth defects by numerous factions in society), does the abortion threshold change? Does it even still apply?
There's been a niche genre of science fiction that has explored this question, but I was curious about the usual pundits on this board on where they would land.