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Facts About Homosexuality (Collected Articles)


  1. Gay Adoption/Family Issues
    1. Gay Parenting Does Affect Children Differently, Study Finds
    2. Homosexual Parenting: Placing Children at Risk by Timothy J. Dailey
    3. Children Of Homosexual Parents Report Childhood Difficulties by Paul Cameron and Kirk Cameron
    4. Gay Adoption -- Is Love Enough
    5. Gay Adoption by Carmen Pate
    6. Two Dads ... But Where's Mommy by Scott DeNicola
    7. Gay Teens, the Boy Scouts, and AMA Policy: Why AMA Policy is Not in the Best Interest of Children or Families by Dale OLeary
    8. Recreating the Family
  2. Gay Unions
    1. Talking Points: How Homosexual ‘Civil Unions’ Harm Marriage
    2. Breaking the Ties That Bind: The APA’s Assault on Fatherhood by Timothy J. Dailey
  3. Gay Change
    1. Homosexuality Is Not Hardwired by Dean Byrd
    2. Historic Gay Advocate Now Believes Change is Possible by Linda Ames Nicolosi
    3. Born or Bred The Debate Over the Cause Of Homosexuality Trudy Chun
  4. Gay Health Issues
    1. Recent Studies on Homosexuality and Mental Health by Dale OLeary
    2. The Gay Gene: Going, Going, Gone…by Yvette C. Schneider
    3. Gay Domestic Violence Finally Measured, Jounral of the Family Research Institute, Vol. 16 No. 8
    4. Homosexual Brains A Special Report
  5. Gay Social Issues
    1. Setting the Record Straight: What Research Really Says About the Social Consequences of Homosexuality by Lawrence F. Burtoft, Ph.D.
    2. (Gay) School Days by Barbara Curtis

Gay Parenting Does Affect Children Differently, Study Finds

Taking issue with 20 years of research conclusions that say there are no differences, two University of California sociologists recently re-examined data from 21 studies on gay parenting dating back to 1980.

http://www.narth.com/docs/does.html


Historic Gay Advocate Now Believes Change is Possible May 9, 2001 Linda Ames Nicolosi

The psychiatrist who led the team that deleted homosexuality from the diagnostic manual in 1973, now says homosexuality may sometimes be changeable. Dr. Robert L. Spitzer, Professor of Psychiatry and Chief of Biometrics at Columbia University, conducted the study funded by his department's research unit.

http://www.narth.com/docs/spitzer3.html


Recent Studies on Homosexuality and Mental Health Dale O'Leary

In its October 1999 issue, Archives of General Psychiatry published some very intriguing research on the relationship between homo-sexuality and mental-health problems, reopening a very controversial subject.

http://www.narth.com/docs/recent.html


Gay Teens, the Boy Scouts, and AMA Policy: Why AMA Policy is Not in the Best Interest of Children or Families Dale O'Leary

It is true that boys who self-identify as gay are at high risk for a number of problems including suicidal ideation and depression. But if discrimination is defined as believing that homosexual acts are contrary to a moral law and that homosexuality is not equal to hetero-sexuality, then there is no question that significant "discrimination" does exist.

http://www.narth.com/docs/teensama.html


Talking Points: How Homosexual ‘Civil Unions’ Harm Marriage

http://www.frc.org/get/if00e1.cfm


Homosexual Parenting: Placing Children at Risk Timothy J. Dailey

A number of studies in recent years have purported to show that children raised in gay and lesbian households fare no worse than those reared in traditional families. Yet much of that research fails to meet acceptable standards for psychological research; it is com-promised by methodological flaws and driven by political agendas instead of an objective search for truth.

http://www.frc.org/get/is01j3.cfm


The Gay Gene: Going, Going, Gone… Yvette C. Schneider

Many misconceptions exist about the supposedly inborn nature of complex behaviors such as homosexuality. Most of these are due to media reports that present scientific studies in selective sound bites.

http://www.frc.org/get/is00d2.cfm


Breaking the Ties That Bind: The APA’s Assault on Fatherhood Timothy J. Dailey

A controversial study appearing in American Psychologist, the flagship publication of the influential American Psychological Association (APA), constitutes nothing less than a frontal assault on the importance of fathers and the institution of marriage.

http://www.frc.org/get/is99k2.cfm?CFID=409645&CFTOKEN=94541


Gay Domestic Violence Finally Measured, Jounral of the Family Research Institute, Vol. 16 No. 8

Dec 2001—While some homosexuals choose to remain 'in the closet,' most homosexual activists desperately want official recognition of, and legitimacy for, the gay lifestyle. As a consequence, they have been pressing the government to measure them.

http://www.familyresearchinst.org/FRR_01_12.html


Children Of Homosexual Parents Report Childhood Difficulties, Paul Cameron and Kirk Cameron

Referenced as both supporting and weakening the case for parenting by homosexuals, 57 life-story narratives of children with homo-sexual parents published by Rafkin in 1990 and Saffron in 1996 were subjected to content analysis.

http://www.familyresearchinst.org/FRI_homokids.html


Homosexual Brains A Special Report

Much like the media hype surrounding the alleged "gay gene," a great deal of attention and speculation still surrounds the published study of the brains of 19 homosexual males. Simon LeVay studied a neuron group (known as INAH-3) in the anterior hypothalamus and noted a difference in size compared to that of a group comprised of 16 presumably heterosexual males and 6 females.

http://www.familyresearchinst.org/FRI_SPECRPT_gaybrain.html


Gay Adoption -- Is Love Enough?

As more adoption agencies allow homosexual men and lesbians to adopt, the push to redefine the family in the 90’s once again becomes an issue.

http://cwfa.org/library/family/1999-01-12_gay-adoption.shtml


Born or Bred? The Debate Over the Cause Of Homosexuality Trudy Chun

The debate over homosexual "rights" often spirals into a discussion over whether homosexuality is a learned behavior or a genetic trait. Many homosexual activists insist that they cannot help their sexual behavior.

http://cwfa.org/library/family/2000-06_pp_hs-cause.shtml


Recreating the "Family"

One woman and her former partner each conceived babies for themselves through artificial insemination by another gay friend. She now raises the boys alone.

http://cwfa.org/library/family/1998-06-29_gayfam.shtml


Gay Adoption Carmen Pate

As a result of a class action lawsuit filed in New Jersey by the ACLU on behalf of homosexual partners, gay and lesbian couples have equal status with married heterosexuals in adoptions.

http://cwfa.org/library/family/1998-01-14_homo-adopt.shtml


Setting the Record Straight:What Research Really Says About the Social Consequences of Homosexuality Lawrence F. Burtoft, Ph.D. (excerpted)

http://www.fotf.org/cforum/research/papers/a0003076.html


Two Dads ... But Where's Mommy? Scott DeNicola

The latest twist in the homosexual community's efforts to redefine the family is the idea that a child doesn't need a mother.

http://www.family.org/cforum/citizenmag/coverstory/a0001776.html


(Gay) School Days Barbara Curtis

What would schools look like if they were run by homosexual activists? In California, parents are learning the answer.

http://www.family.org/cforum/citizenmag/features/a0016607.html


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