One of the problems we have is that the major religions of this planet have used a lot of force, read "mayhem and murder" to attempt to make people do what they say should be natural to them. The fundamental absurdity of this is that if it were natural, they wouldn't have to be forced. Even Americans, even in the 21st century, many of us think that someone who does not conform to certain patterns of sexual behavior is not fit to live. The suicide rate is pretty high among homosexuals. Weird mindsets and ideas come about because they force us to not look within and not look at reality, but at their idea of what they want reality to be. We get our worldview handed to us by people who have historically burned books, homes, and human beings. To a certain segment of the white Christian population, and to too many of the black Christian population, murder for religion is still acceptable and even mandatory. They just know that they can't do it without going to jail. I am using Christians as an example because Christianity seems to be the better of the major religions as far as human rights go, and everyone else looks worse to me. This is not saying that there's much to be thrilled about with Christianity. We should impose a regime where freedom of thought is much more protected than it is now. Laws against pornography and sexuality are the thin edge of the wedge, as are laws against drug use. Laws that allow stormtroopers to break into your house looking for forbidden books are laws that crush freedom of thought. We even have a situation in which the FDA will ban books and useful devices and materials and they will walk over human rights to do it. It is still not freedom of thought when there are nasty restrictions against putting those thoughts into practice.