...researchers found that 80
percent of male adolescents who feel insecure about their sexuality
report that same-sex attraction is no longer experienced once they have
The body of common misunderstandings and myths used by the LGBT
lobbyists to foster the homosexual lifestyle and gender theory in
society and institutions has received a splintering crack with the
publication of a report dealing with sexual orientation, mental health,
social conduct, and gender identity. (Image Credit: Shutterstock/via LifeSiteNews)
Dr. Lawrence S. Mayer, biostatistician and epidemiologist, and Dr.
Paul R. McHugh, distinguished service professor, in the Department of
Psychiatry at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine, published
the fruit of their endeavor in The New Atlantis. The peer-reviewed
report summarizes the evidence of 200 case studies. The results pull the
carpet out from underneath pseudo-scientific arguments touted by LGBT
lobbyists regarding sexuality in the United States and the world.
Mayer and McHugh integrated biological, psychological, and social data
to create an extensive understating of the topics in question. Focus
was given to mental health problems connected to a gay lifestyle as well
as children who do not identify with their biological sex.
The first section of the report deals with sexual orientation. It
explains that sexual orientation is a biologically fixed property of
human beings. This simple truth seems surprising in a society where
gender theory has already planted its root. The study shows further
evidence that while "biological factors such as genes and hormones are
associated with sexual behaviors and attractions, there are no
compelling causal biological explanations for human sexual orientation.
While minor differences in the brain structures and brain activity
between homosexual and heterosexual individuals have been identified by
researchers, such neurobiological findings do not demonstrate whether
these differences are innate or are the result of environmental and
interesting, the researchers found that 80 percent of male adolescents
who feel insecure about their sexuality report that same-sex attraction
is no longer experienced once they have reached adulthood. This
information stands in clear opposition to the argument that an
inordinate attraction to the same sex points necessarily toward a sexual
orientation that one must yield to and follow. The case study shows
further that heterosexuals are about two to three times less likely to
have experienced childhood sexual abuse in comparison with those later
"coming out" as homosexuals. (Photo via Joy105)
The second part of the study deals with mental health issues and
social stresses that are common among homosexuals. It shows...
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