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Dr. Dailey makes some excellent points in the following article, but he misses some MAJOR opportunities:

  1. With many sodomites having more than 500 sodomite partners in a lifetime, the pressure to bring even more boys into the sodomite lifestyle is tremendous.
  2. He ignored the "Massachusetts Youth Risk Behavior Survey" which found that up to 2% of American high school boys have had homosexual contact against their will [read: male rape of 2% of America's boys].
  3. He failed to use the term "sodomite", and instead accepted all the weasel wording of the pc crowd in Washington who have created all kinds of feeble minded excuses for sodomites:  "homosexual", "faggot", "gay", "MSM" [men who have sex with men], and now the world record holder, the MYRBS, with their use of the term "sexual minority".

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MYRBS [The Massachusetts Youth Risk Behavior Survey] found that:

Three percent (3%) of all students (2% of males, 4% of females) described themselves as gay, lesbian, or bisexual. Four percent (4%) of all students had same-sex sexual contact88 in their lifetime. Self-defined sexual orientation and sexual behavior did not always match. More than half (53%) of students who identified as gay, lesbian, or bisexual had never had any same-sex sexual contact. More than half (55%) of students who had same-sex sexual contact identified as heterosexual, and an additional 8% identified themselves as "not sure" of their sexual orientation.






Timothy J. Dailey

[Ed: Morality, political treachery and all the rest of it aside

-- is homosexuality "normal" medically, psychologically etc.?

Some important questions are raised by this important feature]:

Homosexual activists attempt to portray their lifestyle as

normal and healthy, and insist that homosexual relationships

are the equivalent in every way to their heterosexual counter-

parts. Hollywood and the media relentlessly propagate the

image of the fit, healthy, and well-adjusted homosexual.


The reality is quite opposite to this caricature which was
recently conceded by the homosexual newspaper New York

Blade News:
Reports at a national conference about sexually transmitted

diseases indicate that gay men are in the highest risk group for

several of the most serious diseases. . . . Scientists believe that

the increased number of sexually tranmitted diseases (STD)

cases is the result of an increase in risky sexual practices by

a growing number of gay men who believe hiv is no longer

a life-threatening illness.1


Instability and promiscuity typically characterize homosexual
relationships. These two factors increase the incidence of serious

and incurable STDs. In addition, some homosexual behaviors

put practitioners at higher risk for a variety of ailments, as

catalogued by the following research data:

Risky Sexual Behavior on the Rise Among Homosexuals.

Despite two decades of intensive efforts to educate homosexuals

against the dangers of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome

(AIDS) and other STDs, the incidence of unsafe sexual practices

that often result in various diseases is on the rise.

�       According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

(CDC), from 1994 to 1997 the proportion of homosexuals reporting

having had anal sex increased from 57.6 percent to 61.2 percent,

while the percentage of those reporting "always" using condoms

declined from 69.6 percent to 60 percent.� 2

�       The CDC reported that during the same period the proportion

of men reporting having multiple sex partners and unprotected anal

sex increased from 23.6 percent to 33.3 percent. The largest increase

in this category (from 22 percent to 33.3 percent) was reported by

homosexuals twenty-five years old or younger.�  3

Homosexuals Failing to Disclose Their HIV Status to Sex Partners

�       A study presented July 13, 2000 at the XIII International AIDS
Conference in Durban, South Africa disclosed that a significant

number of homosexual and bisexual men with HIV "continue to

engage in unprotected sex with people who have no idea they

could be contracting HIV."�      4

Researchers from the University of California, San Francisco

found that thirty-six percent of homosexuals engaging in unprotected

oral, anal, or vaginal sex failed to disclose that they were HIV positive

to casual sex
partners.�  5

�       A CDC report revealed that, in 1997, 45 percent of homosexuals
reporting having had unprotected anal intercourse during the previous

six months did not know the HIV serostatus of all their sex partners.

Even more alarming, among those who reported having had unprotected

anal intercourse and multiple partners, 68 percent did not know the

HIV serostatus of their partners.�   6

Young Homosexuals are at Increased Risk. Following in the foot-

steps of the generation of homosexuals decimated by AIDS, younger

homosexuals are engaging in dangerous sexual practices at an

alarming rate.

�       A Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health study

of three-hundred-sixty-one young men who have sex with men

(MSM) aged fifteen to twenty-two found that around 40 percent

of participants reported having had anal-insertive sex, and around

30 percent said they had had anal-receptive sex. Thirty-seven percent

said they had not used a condom for anal sex during their last same-

sex encounter. Twenty-one percent of the respondents reported

using drugs or alcohol during their last same-sex encounter.�      7

�       A five-year CDC study of 3,492 homosexual males aged fifteen

to twenty-two found that one-quarter had unprotected sex with both

men and women. Another CDC study of 1,942 homosexual and bi-

sexual men with HIV found that 19 percent had at least one episode

of unprotected anal sex-the riskiest sexual behavior-in 1998 and 1997,

a 50 percent increase from the previous two years.�        8

Homosexual Promiscuity. Studies indicate that the average male

homosexual has hundreds of sex partners in his lifetime:
�       A.P. Bell and M.S. Weinberg, in their classic study of male and
female homosexuality, found that 43 percent of white male homo-

sexuals had sex with 500 or more partners, with 28 percent having

1,000 or more sex partners.�    9

�       In their study of the sexual profiles of 2,583 older homosexuals
published in Journal of Sex Research, Paul Van de Ven et al., found

that only 2.7 percent claimed to have had sex with one partner only.

The most common response, given by 21.6 percent of the respondents,

was of having a hundred-one to five hundred lifetime sex partners.�       10

�       A survey conducted by the homosexual magazine Genre found

that 24 percent of the respondents said they had had more than a

hundred sexual partners in their lifetime. The magazine noted that

several respondents suggested including a category of those who

had more than a thousand sexual partners.�        11

�       In his study of male homosexuality in Western Sexuality:


Practice and Precept in Past and Present Times, M. Pollak found

that "few homosexual relationships last longer than two years, with

many men reporting hundreds of lifetime partners."�        12

Promiscuity among Homosexual Couples. Even in those homo-

sexual relationships in which the partners consider themselves to

be in a committed relationship, the meaning of "committed"

typically means something radically different from marriage.

�       In The Male Couple, authors David P. McWhirter and Andrew

M. Mattison reported that in a study of a hundred-fifty-six males in
homosexual relationships lasting from one to thirty-seven years,
Only seven couples have a totally exclusive sexual relationship,

and these men all have been together for less than five years.

Stated another way, all couples with a relationship lasting more

than five years have incorporated some provision for outside

sexual activity in their relationships.13

�       In Male and Female Homosexuality, M. Saghir and E. Robins

found that the average male homosexual live-in relationship lasts

between two and three years.�       14

Unhealthy Aspects of "Monogamous" Homosexual Relationships.

Even those homosexual relationships that are loosely termed

"monogamous" do not necessarily result in healthier behavior.

�       The journal AIDS reported that men involved in relationships
engaged in anal intercourse and oral-anal intercourse with greater
frequency than those without a steady partner.� 15 Anal intercourse

has been linked to a host of bacterial and parasitical sexually trans-

mitted diseases, including AIDS.

�       The exclusivity of the relationship did not diminish the incidence
of unhealthy sexual acts, which are commonplace among homosexuals.

An English study published in the same issue of the journal AIDS

concurred, finding that most "unsafe" sex acts among homosexuals

occur in steady relationships.� 16

Human Papillomavirus (HPV). HPV is a collection of more than

seventy types of viruses that can cause warts, or papillomas, on

various parts of the body. More than twenty types of HPV are

incurable STDs that can infect the genital tract of both men and

women. Most HPV infections are subclinical or asymptomatic,

with only one in a hundred people experiencing genital warts.

�       HPV is "almost universal" among homosexuals. According

to the homosexual newspaper The Washington Blade: "A San

Francisco study of Gay and bisexual men revealed that HPV

infection was almost universal among HIV-positive men, and

that 60 percent of HIV-negative men carried HPV."� 17

�       HPV can lead to anal cancer. At the recent Fourth International
AIDS Malignancy Conference at the National Institutes of Health,

Dr. Andrew Grulich announced that "most instances of anal cancer

are caused by a cancer-causing strain of HPV through receptive anal

intercourse. HPV infects over 90 percent of HIV-positive gay men

and 65 percent of HIV-negative gay men, according to a number

of recent studies."�       18

�       The link between HPV and cervical cancer. Citing a presentation

by Dr. Stephen Goldstone to the International Congress on Papillo-

mavirus in Human Pathology in Paris, The Washington Blade reports

that "HPV is believed to cause cervical cancer in women."�   19

Hepatitis: A potentially fatal liver disease that increases the risk of
liver cancer.

�       Hepatitis A: The Mortality and Morbidity Weekly Report

published by the CDC reports: "Outbreaks of hepatitis A among

men who have sex with men are a recurring problem in many large

cities in the industrialized world."�      20

�       Hepatitis B: This is a serious disease caused by a virus that
attacks the liver. The virus, which is called hepatitis B virus (HBV),

can cause lifelong infection, cirrhosis (scarring) of the liver, liver

cancer, liver failure, and death. Each year in the United States, more

than 200,000 people of all ages contract hepatitis B and close to

5,000 die of sickness caused by AIDS. The CDC reports that MSM

are at increased risk for hepatitis B.�     21

�       Hepatitis C is an inflammation of the liver that can cause
cirrhosis, liver failure and liver cancer. The virus can lie dormant

in the body for up to thirty years before flaring up. Although less

so than with hepatitis A and B, MSM who engage in unsafe sexual

practices remain at increased risk for contracting hepatitis C.�    22

Gonorrhea: An inflammatory disease of the genital tract. Gonorrhea
traditionally occurs on the genitals, but has recently appeared in the
rectal region and in the throat. Although easily treated by antibiotics,
according to the CDC only "about 50 percent of men have some

signs or symptoms, and "many women who are infected have no

symptoms of infection."23 Untreated gonorrhea can have serious

and permanent health consequences, including infertility damage

to the prostate and urethra.

�       A CDC report documents "significant increases during 1994

to 1997 in rectal gonorrhea . . . among MSM," indicating that "safe

sex" practices may not be taken as seriously as the AIDS epidemic

begins to slow.�        24 In 1999 the CDC released data showing

that male rectal gonorrhea is increasing among homosexuals amidst

an overall decline in national gonorrhea rates. The report attributed

the increase to a larger percentage of homosexuals engaging in unsafe

sexual behavior.�        25

�       The incidence of throat Gonorrhea is strongly associated with
homosexual behavior. The Canadian Medical Association Journal

found that "gonorrhea was associated with urethral discharge . . . and

homosexuality (3.7 times higher than the rate among heterosexuals)."�        26
Similarly, a study in the Journal of Clinical Pathology found that
homosexual men had a much higher prevalence of pharyngeal (throat)
gonorrhea-15.2 percent compared with 4.1 percent for heterosexual
men.�        27

Syphilis: A venereal disease that, if left untreated, can spread

throughout the body over time, causing serious heart abnormalities,

mental disorders, blindness, and death. The initial symptoms of

syphilis are often mild and painless, leading some individuals to

avoid seeking treatment. According to the National Institutes of

Health, the disease may be mistaken for other common illnesses:

"syphilis has sometimes been called 'the great imitator' because its

early symptoms are similar to those of many other diseases."
Early symptoms include rashes, moist warts in the groin area,

slimy white patches in the mouth, or pus-filled bumps resembling

chicken pox.28

�       According to the CDC, "transmission of the organism occurs

during vaginal, anal, or oral sex."� 29 In addition, the Archives of

Internal Medicine found that homosexuals acquired syphilis at a

rate ten times that of heterosexuals.�  30

�       The CDC reports that those who contract syphilis face

potentially deadly health consequences: "It is now known that

the genital sores caused by syphilis in adults also make it easier

to transmit and acquire HIV infection sexually. There is a two to

five fold increased risk of acquiring HIV infection when syphilis

is present."�        31

Gay Bowel Syndrome (GBS):32 The Journal of the American

Medical Association refers to GBS problems such as proctitis,

proctocolitis, and enteritis as "sexually transmitted gastrointestinal

syndromes."33 Many of the bacterial and protozoa pathogens that

cause GBS are found in feces and transmitted to the digestive

system: According to the pro-homosexual text Anal Pleasure and

Health, "[s]exual activities provide many opportunities for tiny

amounts of contaminated feces to find their way into the mouth

of a sexual partner . . . The most direct route is oral-anal contact."34

�       Proctitis and Proctocolitis are inflammations of the rectum

and colon that cause pain, bloody rectal discharge and rectal spasms.

Proctitis is associated with STDs such as gonorrhea, chlamydia,

herpes, and syphilis that are widespread among homosexuals.�  35

The Sexually Transmitted Disease Information Center of the Journal

of the American Medical Association reports that "[p]roctitis occurs

predominantly among persons who participate in anal intercourse."

�       Enteritis is inflammation of the small intestine. According to

the Sexually Transmitted Disease Information Center of the Journal

of the American Medical Association, "enteritis occurs among those

whose sexual practices include oral-fecal contact."�       36 Enteritis

can cause abdominal pain, severe cramping, intense diarrhea, fever,

malabsorption of nutrients, weight loss.�      37 According to a report

in The Health Implications of Homosexuality by the Medical Institute

for Sexual Health, some pathogens associated with enteritis and

proctocolitis [see below] "appear only to be sexually transmitted

among men who have sex with men."�      38

HIV/AIDS Among Homosexuals. The human immunodeficiency

virus (HIV) is responsible for causing AIDS, for which there exists

no cure.

�       Homosexual men are the largest risk category. The CDC reports

that homosexuals comprise the single largest exposure category of

the more than 600,000 males with AIDS in the United States. As of

December 1999, "men who have sex with men" and "men who have

sex with men and inject drugs" together accounted for 64 percent of

the cumulative total of male AIDS cases.�    39

�       Women risk contracting HIV/AIDS through sexual relations

with infected MSM. According to the CDC, "HIV infection among

U.S. women has increased significantly over the last decade,

especially in communities of color. CDC estimates that, in the

United States, between 120,000 and 160,000 adult and adolescent

females are living with HIV infection, including those with AIDS."

In 1999, for example, most of the women (40 percent) reported

with AIDS were infected through heterosexual exposure to HIV.�  40

That number is actually higher, as "historically, more than two-thirds

of AIDS cases among women initially reported without identified

risk were later reclassified as heterosexual transmission."�  41

�       Homosexuals with HIV are at increased risk for developing

other life-threatening diseases. A paper delivered at the Fourth

International AIDS Malignancy Conference at the National Institutes

of Health reported that homosexual men with HIV have "a 37-fold

increase in anal cancer, a 4-fold increase in Hodgkin's disease

(cancer of the lymph nodes), a 2.7-fold increase in cancer of the

testicles, and a 2.5 fold increase in lip cancer."�    42

HIV/AIDS Among Young People

�       AIDS incidence is on the rise among teens and young adults.

The CDC reports that, "even though AIDS incidence (the number

of new cases diagnosed during a given time period, usually a year)

is declining, there has not been a comparable decline in the number

of newly diagnosed HIV cases among youth.�     43

�       Young homosexual men are at particular risk. The CDC

estimates that "at least half of all new HIV infections in the United

States are among people under twenty-five, and the majority of

young people are infected sexually."� 44 By the end of 1999,

29,629 young people aged thirteen to twenty-four were diagnosed

with AIDS in the United States. MSM were the single largest risk

category: in 1999, for example, 50 percent of all new AIDS cases

were reported among young homosexuals.�        45

�       Sexually active young women are also at risk. The CDC reports:

"In 1999, among young women the same age, 47 percent of all AIDS

cases reported were acquired heterosexually and 11 percent were

acquired through injection drug use."

Homosexuals with STDs Are at an Increased Risk for HIV Infection.

Studies of MSM treated in STD clinics show rates of infection as

high as 36 percent in major cities.46 A CDC study attributed the

high infection rate to having high numbers of anonymous sex



"[S]yphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia apparently have been introduced

into a population of MSM who have large numbers of anonymous

partners, which can result in rapid and extensive transmission of STDs.

"47 The CDC report concluded: "Persons with STDs, including genital

ulcer disease and nonulcerative STD, have a twofold to fivefold

increased risk for HIV infection."48

Anal Cancer: Homosexuals are at increased risk for this rare type

of cancer, which is potentially fatal if the anal-rectal tumors

metastasize to other bodily organs.

�       Dr. Joel Palefsky, a leading expert in the field of anal cancer,
reports that while the incidence of anal cancer in the United States is
only 0.9/100,000, that number soars to 35/100,000 for homosexuals.

That rate doubles again for those who are HIV positive, which,

according to Dr. Palefsky, is "roughly ten times higher than the current

rate of cervical cancer."�  49

�       At the Fourth International AIDS Malignancy Conference at

the National Institutes of Health in May, 2000, Dr. Andrew Grulich

announced that the incidence of anal cancer among homosexuals

with HIV "was raised 37-fold compared with the general population."� 50

Lesbians are at Risk through Sex with MSM

�       Many Lesbians also have had sex with men. The homosexual

newspaper The Washington Blade, citing a 1998 study in the Journal

of Infectious Diseases, reported that "the study's data confirmed

previous scientific observations that most women who have sex

with women also have had sex with men."�    51 The study added

that "sex with men in the prior year was common, as were sexual

practices between female partners that possibly could transmit HPV."�  52

�       Lesbians have more male sex partners that their heterosexual
counterparts. A study of sexually transmitted disease among lesbians
reviewed in The Washington Blade notes: "Behavioral research

also demonstrates that a woman's sexual identity is not an accurate

predictor of behavior, with a large proportion of 'lesbian' women

reporting sex with (often high risk) men."�        53 The study found

that "the median number of lifetime male sexual partners was

significantly greater for WSW (women who have sex with women)

than controls (twelve partners versus six). WSW were significantly

more likely to report more than fifty lifetime male sexual partners."� 54

�       A study in the American Journal of Public Health concurs that
bisexual women are at increased risk for contracting sexually trans-

mitted diseases: "Our findings corroborate the finding that WSMW

(women who have sex with men and women) are more likely than

WSMO (women who have sex with men only) to engage in various

high-risk behaviors" and also "to engage in a greater number of

risk-related behaviors."�   55 The study suggested that the willingness

to engage in risky sexual practices "could be tied to a pattern of

sensation-seeking behavior."�    56

�       MSM spread HIV to women. A five-year study by the CDC of

3,492 homosexuals aged fifteen to twenty-two found that one in six

also had sex with women. Of those having sex with women, one-

quarter "said they recently had unprotected sex with both men and

women." Nearly 7 percent of the men in the study were HIV positive."�  57

"The study confirms that young bisexual men are a 'bridge' for HIV

transmission to women," said the CDC.�    58

"Exclusive" Lesbian Relationships Also at Risk. The assumption

that lesbians involved in exclusive sexual relationships are at reduced

risk for sexual disease is false. The journal Sexually Transmitted

Infections concludes: "The risk behavior profile of exclusive WSW

was similar to all WSW."59 One reason for this is because lesbians

"were significantly more likely to report past sexual contact with a

homosexual or bisexual man and sexual contact with an IDU

(intravenous drug user)."60

Cancer Risk Factors for Lesbians. Citing a 1999 report released

by the Institute of Medicine, an arm of the National Academy of

Sciences, the homosexual newspaper The Washington Blade notes

that "various studies on Lesbian health suggest that certain cancer

risk factors occur with greater frequency in this population. These

factors include higher rates of smoking, alcohol use, poor diet,

and being overweight."61 Elsewhere the Blade also reports:

"Some experts believe Lesbians might be more likely than women

in general to develop breast or cervical cancer because a
disproportionate number of them fall into high-risk categories."62

Sexually Transmitted Diseases Among Lesbians

�       In a study of the medical records of 1,408 lesbians, the journal
Sexually Transmitted Infections found that women who have sexual

relations with women are at significantly higher risk for certain

sexually transmitted diseases: "We demonstrated a higher prevalence

of BV (bacterial vaginosis), hepatitis C, and HIV risk behaviors in

WSW as compared with controls."�    63

Compulsive Behavior among Lesbians. A study published in Nursing

Research found that lesbians are three times more likely to abuse

alcohol and to suffer from other compulsive behaviors: "Like most

problem drinkers, 32 (91 percent) of the participants had abused

other drugs as well as alcohol, and many reported compulsive

difficulties with food (34 percent), codependency (29 percent), sex

(11 percent), and money (6 percent)." In addition, "Forty-six percent

had been heavy drinkers with frequent drunkenness."64


Alcohol Abuse Among Homosexuals and Lesbians

�       The Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychologists reports

that lesbian women consume alcohol more frequently, and in larger

amounts, than heterosexual women.�       65 Lesbians were at

significantly greater risk than heterosexual women for both binge

drinking (19.4 percent compared to 11.7 percent), and for heavy

drinking (7 percent compared to 2.7 percent).�    66

�       Although the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychologists
article found no significant connection between male homosexuals

and alcohol abuse, a study in Family Planning Perspective concluded

that male homosexuals were at greatly increased risk for alcoholism:

"Among men, by far the most important risk group consisted of

homosexual and bisexual men, who were more than nine times as

likely as heterosexual men to have a history of problem drinking."� 67

The study noted that problem drinking may contribute to the

"significantly higher STD rates among gay and bisexual men."�    68

Violence in Lesbian and Homosexual Relationships.

�       A study in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence examined

conflict and violence in lesbian relationships. The researchers found

that 90 percent of the lesbians surveyed had been recipients of one

or more acts of verbal aggression from their intimate partners during

the year prior to this study, with 31 percent reporting one or more

incidents of physical abuse.�     69

�       In a survey of 1,099 lesbians, the Journal of Social Service
Research found that "slightly more than half of the [lesbians] reported
that they had been abused by a female lover/partner. The most frequently
indicated forms of abuse were verbal/emotional/psychological abuse and
combined physical-psychological abuse."�   70

�       In their book Men Who Beat the Men Who Love Them: Battered

Gay Men and Domestic Violence, D. Island and P. Letellier report that

"the incidence of domestic violence among gay men is nearly double

that in the heterosexual population."�      71

Compare the Low Rate of Intimate Partner Violence within Marriage.
Homosexual and lesbian relationships are far more violent than are
traditional married households:

�       The Bureau of Justice Statistics (U.S. Department of Justice)
reports that married women in traditional families experience the

lowest rate of violence compared with women in other types of

relationships.�   72

�       A report by the Medical Institute for Sexual Health concurred,
It should be noted that most studies of family violence do not
differentiate between married and unmarried partner status. Studies

that do make these distinctions have found that marriage relationships

tend to have the least intimate partner violence when compared to

cohabiting or dating relationships.73

High Incidence of Mental Health Problems among Homosexuals

and Lesbians. A national survey of lesbians published in the Journal

of Consulting and Clinical Psychology found that 75 percent of the

nearly 2,000 respondents had pursued psychological counseling of

some kind, many for treatment of long-term depression or sadness:
Among the sample as a whole, there was a distressingly high

prevalence of life events and behaviors related to mental health

problems. Thirty-seven percent had been physically abused and

32 percent had been raped or sexually attacked. Nineteen percent

had been involved in incestuous relationships while growing up.

Almost one-third used tobacco on a daily basis and about 30

percent drank alcohol more than once a week; 6 percent drank

daily. One in five smoked marijuana more than once a month.

Twenty-one percent of the sample had thoughts about suicide

sometimes or often and 18 percent had actually tried to kill

themselves. . . . More than half had felt too nervous to accomplish

ordinary activities at some time during the past year and over

one-third had been depressed.74

Greater Risk for Suicide.

�       A study of twins that examined the relationship between
homosexuality and suicide, published in the Archives of General

Psychiatry, found that homosexuals with same-sex partners were at

greater risk for overall mental health problems, and were 6.5 times

more likely than their twins to have attempted suicide. The higher

rate was not attributable to mental health or substance abuse disorders.�  75

�       Another study published simultaneously in Archives of General
Psychiatry followed 1,007 individuals from birth. Those classified as
"gay," lesbian, or bisexual were significantly more likely to have had
mental health problems.�     76 Significantly, in his comments on the
studies in the same issue of the journal, D. Bailey cautioned against
various speculative explanations of the results, such as the view that
"widespread prejudice against homosexual people causes them to be

unhappy or worse, mentally ill."�       77

Reduced Life Span. A study published in the International Journal

of Epidemiology on the mortality rates of homosexuals concluded

that they have a significantly reduced life expectancy:
In a major Canadian centre, life expectancy at age twenty for gay

and bisexual men is eight to twenty years less than for all men.

If the same pattern of mortality were to continue, we estimate that

nearly half of gay and bisexual men currently aged twenty years

will not reach their sixty-fifth birthday. Under even the most liberal

assumptions, gay and bisexual men in this urban centre are now

experiencing a life expectancy similar to that experienced by all

men in Canada in the year 1871.78

In 1995, long after the deadly effects of AIDS and other STDs

became widely known, homosexual author Urvashi Vaid expressed

one of the goals of her fellow activists:

"We have an agenda to create a society in which homosexuality is

regarded as healthy, natural, and normal. To me that is the most

important agenda item."79 Debilitating illness, chronic disease,
psychological problems, and early death suffered by homosexuals

is the legacy of this tragically misguided activism, which puts the

furthering of an "agenda" above saving the lives of those whose

interests they purport to represent.

Those who advocate full acceptance of homosexual behavior

choose to downplay the growing and incontrovertible evidence

regarding the serious, life-threatening health effects associated

with the homosexual lifestyle.

Homosexual advocacy groups have a moral duty to disseminate

medical information that might dissuade individuals from entering

or continuing in an inherently unhealthy and dangerous lifestyle.

Education officials in particular have a duty to provide information

regarding the negative health effects of homosexuality to students

in their charge, whose very lives are put at risk by engaging in such

behavior. Above all, civil society itself has an obligation to institute

policies that promote the health and well-being of its citizens.
Dr. Dailey is cultural studies senior writer and analyst at the Family
Research Council.


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pp. 308, 9; see also Bell, Weinberg & Hammersmith, Sexual Preference

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34 (1997): 354. Dr. Paul Van de Ven reiterated these results in a private

conversation with Dr. Robert Gagnon on September 7, 2000.
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Partners," Lambda Report, January/February 1998, p. 20.
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Bejin, pp. 40-61, cited by Joseph Nicolosi in Reparative Therapy

of Male Homosexuality (Northvale, New Jersey: Jason Aronson Inc.,

1991), pp. 124, 25.
David P. McWhirter and Andrew M. Mattison, The Male Couple:

How Relationships Develop (Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey:

Prentice-Hall, 1984), pp. 252, 3.
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killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

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