Yeah the ideas about what is supposedly natural and therefore godly and good
(heterosexual procreative sex) vs what is natural and therefore animalistic and bad
(anything sexual other than heterosexual procreative sex) make for a rather strange outlook on the world.
Then there are the vast categories of the unnatural, yet allowed by god and therefore good
(air travel, central heat, dental work, glasses, hearing aids, umbrellas, deodorant, bras, suitcases, power tools, restaurants, private health care insurance, makeup on women, filing cabinets, paper towels, country music, glass windows, diapers, wedding rings for hetero couples, wedding cakes for hetero couples, on-line bibles, t-shirts with bible verses, shoe polish, hunting rifles, etc, etc, etc.)
Finally we have the fun, fun, fun category of the unnatural, and apparently not liked at all by god
: contraception, books that are not religious, online pron, democracy, makeup on men, hip hop music, government health care insurance, thong underwear, t-shirts with curse words, wedding rings for gay couples, wedding cakes for gay couples, etc, etc, etc)
Is long hair natural or not? Is tobacco natural or not? Is miscarriage natural or not? How about incest? Cannibalism? They all occur in nature.
And why does a designation of "natural" matter as a category anyway? How about function: useful, harmless, harmful, or useless, depending on how it is used?