In the British Daily Mail last week, an article was published on a study into ‘gay genes’ by researchers at the Ilia State University in Georgia, and published in Springer’s journal Archives of Sexual Behaviour. Using a computer model, they reckoned that half of the population or even more, carry the ‘gay gene’. Here is the article, our comments, and the comments of 50 readers of the Daily Mail. Continue reading ‘Gay gene’ researchers won’t give up
Monthly Archives: April 2016
The Attack on PCC, part 4: the Harm Issue
The alleged ‘harm’ issue is heavily marketed by radical gay-lib. In this article, we will address the issue of the so-called ‘testimonies’, placing them into reasonable context, and the issue of the ‘harm’ that would be perpetrated by professional licensed, secular psychotherapists. In ten paragraphs we will demonstrate in detail that these issues are totally unfounded by all standards of scientific scrutiny. Continue reading The Attack on PCC, part 4: the Harm Issue
Ex-gays are basically bisexuals, a life-saving opinion
Ex-gays would do well in light of the current wave of persecution to call themselves bisexual. The bisexual identity is protected by American law. At this time, extremist gay-lib takes offense at the phrase ‘unwanted’ same-sex attractions. This phrase is very often used by clients and therapists alike to describe the fact that people who experience same-sex attractions want to look into, and develop their innate heterosexual potential. But for gay-lib it is the motor of persecution in court and through legislative bodies in American states. Continue reading Ex-gays are basically bisexuals, a life-saving opinion
The Attack on PCC, part 3: The Sexual Orientation Issue
In previous articles, we have written about the allegations used by organized radical gay-lib in their attack on PCC, proving them not to be valid (part 1, click here.) In part 2 we have analyzed and debunked the alleged non-compliance of PCC with FTC legislative standards (click here). In part 3 we will analyze the paradigms of the radical gay-lib attack on PCC when it comes to Sexual Orientation, proving these paradigms to be discriminating and repressive to the American people, to be diminishing informed consumer choices, and to be unduly burdening on legitimate choices, all of which are in violation of the goals and standards of the Federal Trade Commission. Continue reading The Attack on PCC, part 3: The Sexual Orientation Issue
“Unhappy gays stripped of their human rights”
On his website, Thomas D. Williams, PhD, has written an essay on the recent attack by radical gay-lib on the non-profit support group People Can Change. Let us see what he has to say: Continue reading “Unhappy gays stripped of their human rights”
The Attack on PCC, part 2: the Legislation Issue
In a previous article, we have written extensively about the attack by radical gay-lib on the group ‘People Can Change’. We analyzed the allegations against PCC, proving them not to be valid (click here.)
We will further expand on the issue by looking into the FTC goals and legislation itself.
We wish to provide more arguments to the defense of PCC. This is no bedtime story, this is a clash of paradigms. Radical gay-lib has declared WAR. Buckle up. People with unwanted same-sex attractions do not intend to march into the homosexual darkroom with exit doors deliberately kept closed. Continue reading The Attack on PCC, part 2: the Legislation Issue
The Attack on ‘People Can Change’, part 1: The Allegations
Extremists are attacking the peer encounter group ‘People Can Change’. They apparently hope to close down all professional and not-for-profit organizations for not complying to the “born that way” ideology. All dissident views are considered ‘fascist’. Several intolerant, extremist anti-exgay groups have now joined together in March 2016 to file a complaint at the Federal Trade Commission, a tactic they hope that works to prohibit ex-gays from meeting or supporting one another. Continue reading The Attack on ‘People Can Change’, part 1: The Allegations
What is reparative therapy?
On his website, licensed marriage therapist David Pickup explains in a nutshell what reparative psychodynamic therapy is all about. He does so from a client’s, and from a scientific point of view. Let us see what he has to say. Continue reading What is reparative therapy?
Richard Wyler interview on BBC 2 Radio
In a twenty minute interview at the BBC, the founder of People Can Change, Richard Wyler from Virginia USA, explains what PCC does and in what way he chooses to do other things with same-sex attractions than adopt the political ‘gay’ label. He does not want some sexual feelings to totally define who he is as a personal identity or to define a lifestyle: “I am not going to make the life choices about who I love based on political correctness”. Continue reading Richard Wyler interview on BBC 2 Radio
Dutch gay-lib glorifies male gay promiscuity
Research by the governmental Dutch Statistics Bureau last week proved that marriages between lesbians end up far more often in a divorce compared to marriages between gay men and two heterosexuals. “This is because women have, as heterosexuals do, a different perspective on marital fidelity” so says Professor Gert Hekma, a male professor of Sociology at Gay and Lesbian Studies at the University of Amsterdam (UvA) today in the mainstream newspaper De Volkskrant (click here). Here is what he has to say in the newspapers immediately following the Bureau statistics that lesbians have 30% divorce rate compared to 18% for heterosexuals and 15% for homosexually married men Continue reading Dutch gay-lib glorifies male gay promiscuity