According to the Dutch Central Bureau for Statistics (CBS) yesterday, the probability that a Dutch marriage does not endure, is greatest in lesbians. More than 30 percent of the 580 lesbian marriages in 2005, ended ten years later in divorce. This conclusion was published by the Bureau after researching the number of marriages and divorces since the legalization of same-sex marriage in 2001 (click here). A marriage between two men appears to last longer, but after ten years more than 15 percent of same-sex male marriages ended in divorce. With heterosexual marriages the average percentage is slightly higher: 18 percent. Continue reading Dutch lesbian divorce rate rockets sky high
In wikipedia, radical gay-lib has logged in and rewritten the whole article on NARTH, the International Alliance for Therapeutic Choice. For decades the organization has been providing information and services to help people, if they so wish, to broaden their sexual horizons. All positive information about the organization, its members and their accomplishments has been replaced with negative slander about the institute; personal attacks on psychologists have been launched and all science facts have been deleted. Continue reading Radical gay-lib hacks wikipedia on NARTH
In 2009 the American Psychological Association, which has been battling against orientation therapy for years, commissioned a Task Force on Sexual Orientation Change Efforts to put an end to the discussion on orientation issues. No heterosexuals were allowed to participate in the Task Force. They came up with a 138 page document. But what did they really write in the small print? Continue reading American Psychological Association proves people can change
There is a story that isn’t being told in the mainstream media about sexuality research. Although the American Psychological Association published a review in 2009 on the subject of sexual orientation therapy from an activist point of view, there is also a minority non-activist document on the same subject. These APA members are united in The Alliance For Therapeutic Choice And Scientific Integrity NARTH. In the Journal of Human Sexuality, volume 1, 2012 (click here), they have published a less activist 128-page document on the subject. Continue reading Narth report: ‘Psychotherapy for same-sex attractions’
Two Alliance/NARTH Institute leaders presented initial data from their outcome study at the CAPS (Christian Association for Psychological Studies) conference in Pasadena, California on 10th March 2016.
With their study they challenge the unfounded conventional allegation that psychotherapy services for clients dissatisfied with their same-sex attractions (SSA) would be harmful and ineffective in facilitating SSA change. They have provided facts proving the contrary. Continue reading Professional psychotherapy can facilitate change in sexual attractions
In a statement issued on the 21st of March 2016, the American College of Pediatricians urges educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality. Continue reading Gay-lib gender ideology harms children
Science has proved that same-sex attractions are the result of environmental factors, not genes or biological parameters. Some mainstream media still propagate the old stance that homosexual feelings are just the inevitable result of genes or hormonal influences during pregnancy. Nothing could be less true. Science now concludes that same-sex attractions are the result of environmental factors at a personal, interpersonal, and sub-cultural level. Continue reading Homosexual orientation is not a genetic condition
There are as many ex-gays as there are gays, so scientific research has proved (click here). At this point the natural question arises—if there are so many ‘ex-gays’ in the population, where are they? Very few readers will ever have met any that they know of. It is no wonder the GLB community is very skeptical about whether real change occurs, though the scientific conclusion of the researchers involved is that it does, and spontaneously, without clinical intervention, as life goes on. Continue reading Where are all the ex-gays?
In his book “My Genes Made Me Do It” (2013) Dr. Neil E. Whitehead analyses the huge amount of scientific research that has proved that homosexuality is not a genetic trait but that it is due to environmental factors. The author works as a research scientist for the United Nations and for the government of New Zealand. Continue reading Homosexuality is not caused by genes: the facts
Thanks to political correctness, even people around me who identify as straight want me to just become a gay guy. I hate it. In my view the form of political correctness around the issue of gay rights and lifestyles has become too simplistic and intolerant of other ideologies. We need to reverse this. Continue reading Even straight people want me to be ‘gay’