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The false notion of ‘sexual orientation’

At the JONAH trial in 2014, radical gay activists and gay members of the American Psychological Association managed to close down an orthodox Jewish mutual support group (JONAH). The aim of the activists is to eradicate religious organizations who oppose radical gay-lib ideology. The extremists succeeded in doing so, and are anxious to close down more dissidence to their world-view, be it religious, secular or otherwise (People Can Change, Narth, etc.).

At the trial, the activists managed to hand in a lengthy report by APA activist Lee Beckstead. Continue reading The false notion of ‘sexual orientation’

‘Gay gene’ researchers won’t give up

babyIn 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

Homosexual orientation is not a genetic condition

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