"Explaining Your Beliefs About Homosexuality"
Sorry, meant to be 'fall in love with members of the same sex', obviously.
Hmm, this merlot is nice.
I don't know whether I'm coming or going ...
Hi konceptual99 and steve2!
WT has started to put a No Crawl to keep bots off their sites, so it doesn't always work.
That said, Here it is: https://web.archive.org/web/20160928231855/https://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/family/teenagers/ask/is-homosexuality-wrong/
So why would an organisation with it's prime mission being the spreading of the good news, that has also been touting jw.org as the best thing to ever hit the internet, that has spent so much time and resources translating content into hundreds of languages, that only last week in their WT study emphasised the critical need for everyone to hear the message NOT want bots to index the content and help make it show up in web searches?
Because they're not? And, you know what? Particularly with a huge, multi-lanuage website such as the WT have - Google sometimes kinda needs some help so they can include useful pages of content in the google index
There are two things here:
Firstly - they're using a file protocol 'robots.txt' which keeps search engines like google from indexing certain parts of the website - this is normal - WT are basically stopping google from indexing 'back-room' junk and multiple instances of the same content hence the file is:
Secondly - and perhaps more importantly in your specific case....
WT is using the 'Sitemap' protocol - that is a file that includes links to all the content pages that WT wants to make sure ARE IN google and are searchable / findable.
They seem to have a sitemap for each language.
For the english sitemap - notice the example specific content pages that WT is telling google are IMPORTANT and should therefore be included in google making them seachable and findable:
https://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/bible-about-homosexuality/Please note that the above is based on 'as-now' - it may have been a different setup etc earlier, but I woudn't have thought so, unless temporary while major work on the website was being done.