Our FAQ states:
You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face.
Yet there are many questions that fall into our domain whose correct answer is: there is no correct answer. The question I asked regarding the innateness of homosexuality is one such question.
I think it was on topic, as it is a subject surrounded by psuedoscience and dogmatic beliefs. We might not know the right answer, but we know many of the commonly believed answers are either patently wrong or that there is simply not enough evidence to support them. I think these questions are just as important as the ones that do have concrete answers.
Should Skeptics allow such questions?