Gay activists ‘out’ complainant who opposed subway ads for gay sex in public

Nov 28, 2015 by

By Pete Baklinski, LifeSite: A Canadian homosexual newspaper has “outed,” by name, the author of a private complaint that led Toronto’s subway system to pull racy ads for a homosexual hook-up site that promotes sex in public venues. Pink Triangle Press, which publishes Daily Xtra, obtained the complaint from a Freedom of Information request to the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). The ads, for the homosexual “cruising” website, depict naked men from the waist up — some provocatively embracing — and uses “non-stop cruising” for a tagline. “Cruising” refers to the risky homosexual practice of one person trying to “pick up” another person for anonymous “gay sex” in a public place, such as a bathroom, gym, park, beach, or back alley. About 100 ads were plastered on the walls of subway trains. When complaints arose, the TTC took the ads down September 9. “The ad was taken down as it...

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Gays Fail Once More at UN, Abortion Language Also Rolled Back

Nov 26, 2015 by

By Stefano Gennarini, J.D., C-Fam: A paragraph about sex education in a resolution on the rights of children stalled debate in the General Assembly on Tuesday and forced a vote on the resolution, which has traditionally been adopted consensually. Europeans and Latin Americans sponsoring the resolution could not be swayed, and insisted throughout the weeks leading up to the vote that the resolution on children must contain a specific prescription for “comprehensive evidence-based education on human sexuality,” and no alternative would satisfy them. Delegations implored the sponsors of the resolution to show “sensitivity” and to recognize the lack of consensus to no avail as they tried to avert the vote altogether. The preferred terminology of the sponsors has been controversial at the General Assembly for over a decade, but has become even more controversial since the World Health Organization published controversial guidelines for Europe in 2010 it with an...

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Public Health Ignored as HIV Spreads

Nov 21, 2015 by

By Dale O’Leary, Crisis Magazine: A new front has opened up in the decades long Culture War. The LGBTQ activists are now demanding legislation that would ban all forms of sexual orientation change efforts (SOCE). Those defending the therapists targeted by the legislation have pointed to the positive effects of such efforts. While this is certainly true, a more compelling argument is the absolute failure of the programs approved by the activists to stop or even slow the HIV syndemic among men who have sex with men (MSM). Every battle requires a well-designed strategy. Among other things a strategy should identify adversaries and target their vulnerabilities. Our adversary in the culture war is not the same-sex attracted (SSA) or the gender identity disordered (GID), but the LGBTQ activists and other sexual revolutionaries. The SSA/GID are the victims of the activists. We can document how the activists lie to the...

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Children and same-sex parenting

Nov 20, 2015 by

From the Ruth Institute: […]  I want to share our new pamphletChildren and Same Sex Parenting. Children raised by same sex couples are at risk, beyond the risks faced by Children of Divorce. Look at the panel across the bottom of page 2, labeled, “Which Sounds More Scientific to You?” “Recruitment began when I contacted friends, acquaintances and colleagues who might be likely to know eligible lesbian mother families.” –Dr. Charlotte Patterson, in her 1995 study. She became the author of the American Psychological Association’s 2005 brief asserting “no difference” between children raised by same sex couples and heterosexual couples. Her study included a total of 26 children and 52 mothers, reporting on those children. “The data collection was conducted by Knowledge Networks, a research firm with a very strong record of generating high-quality data for academic projects. It is a random, nationally-representative sample of the American population.” —Dr....

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Stop University Inquisition Against Pro-Marriage, Pro-Children’s Rights Professor

Nov 18, 2015 by

From NOM: Robert Oscar Lopez is a tenured professor at California State University, Northridge, raised by lesbian parents, who has become an outspoken supporter of marriage and the inherent rights of children to know and be loved by their own mother and father. His is the rare voice in academia willing to speak up for marriage and the rights of children. This has made him a ferocious target of gay and lesbian activists bent on silencing him. Unless we act today to stop these activists, Professor Lopez could face drastic punishment simply for facilitating a discussion about the rights of children in marriage and family relationships. The taxpayer-funded university where Professor Lopez teaches launched an inquisition against him, claiming he retaliated against students who complained of alleged “anti-gay” and “anti-women” discrimination after voluntarily attending a conference he helped organized at the Reagan Library. The conference was called, “Bonds that...

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End the Witch Hunt: In Defense of Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez

Nov 15, 2015 by

By Mirah Riben, Huffington Post: Dr. Robert Oscar Lopez is facing loss of tenure and his teaching position at the State University of California because of trumped up charges based on lies and reverse discrimination. Why do I care and why am I supporting this man? As president of the International Children’s Rights Institute, Dr. Lopez and I share a passionate advocacy for the rights of children first and foremost. We are both firm in our commitment that those rights must supersede the rights of those who create or obtain children by any means: adoption, reproductive technologies and surrogacy. Lopez writes (“The Call of a Child,” in Jephthah’s Daughters): We all have a right to be born free, not bought, sold or manufactured. Nobody, gay or otherwise, has a right to deprive us of those rights. Nobody has a “right” to us. To believe that people can have a...

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