When I think about dating and relationships, especially when talking with friends, I tend to come to the same conclusion: Monogamy isn’t possible. I feel that in the gay world, no matter how committed a couple appears to be, or how beautiful their life together looks, or even how perfect they seem, there always seems to be the threat of infidelity lurking in the background. Countless dinner parties, nights at bars, Pride events and everything in between suggest one thing to me, over and over again: Most men don’t really seem interested in sticking with just one person. Read more…
[I also read that Canada had to close a bunch of it's Boy Scout club houses and lay off tons of people because their numbers dropped so drastically. A lot of boys missed out on what would have been a great education, if it weren't for well-founded parental concerns.]
A Canadian pro-family leader says one only has to look to his country to understand the devastating consequences of allowing homosexuals to be members and leaders in the Boy Scouts. Read more…
Dr. R. Albert Mohler, Jr.,
The comprehensive scope of the moral revolution America is currently experiencing is likely to surprise many Americans when they realize that the Boy Scouts are now swept up in the revolutionary tide.
Word came yesterday that the Boy Scouts of America is poised to change its policy preventing the participation of openly homosexual scouts and leaders. According to a spokesman for the Boy Scouts, the group may make the formal decision to end the policy as early as next week. Read more…
Prepared remarks for the Rhode Island legislature,
hearings on the redefinition of marriage
Jennifer Roback Morse, Ph.D., founder and president of the Ruth Institute, a project of the National Organization for Marriage
January 15, 2013
Providence, Rhode Island
Almost two years ago, I came to this place to plead with you not to remove the gender requirement from marriage. I predicted that children would have three legal parents and that custody disputes would involve three or more adults. I predicted greater attacks on religious liberty for those who resist your war against the gendered nature of the human body. I predicted the systematic removal of gendered language from the law. No more husbands and wives, only spouses. No more mother and father. Only Parent 1 and Parent 2. Read more…
from John J. Myers, Archbishop of Newark
Includes the following sections:
1. What is marriage?
2. Can the truth about marriage be known through reason alone?
3. What does the Catholic Church teach about persons with homosexual attractions?
4. Don’t equality and justice require the state to recognize same-sex unions as marriages? Read more…
by Thomas Coy
How much worse do the risks of gay sex have to be before it rates the same public health warnings as smoking?
Recent statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on HIV infection in the United States reveal some disturbing trends concerning gay males or, in CDC terminology, “men who have sex with men” (MSM). In recent data the CDC estimated that 61 percent of the 48,079 HIV infections diagnosed in 2010 occurred through male to male sexual contact.(1) According to the CDC data, sexual contact and injection drug use are the predominant means by which HIV is transmitted. Read more…
“The attack on parental rights is exactly the whole point of the bill because we don’t want to let parents harm their children,” he said. “For example, the government will not allow parents to let their kids smoke cigarettes. We also won’t have parents let their children consume alcohol at a bar or restaurant.” – California State Sen. Ted Lieu, as quoted by the Orange County Register, August 2, 2012 Read more…