Posts Tagged ‘Homosexuality’

News Flash: Pope Still Catholic!

July 31st, 2013 Comments off

“The ‘who am I to judge’ comment was specifically referring to situations of a person with same sex attraction who is living a celibate life and seeking God in good faith.”

– Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse –

SAN DIEGO, CA – Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, president of the Ruth Institute, today released a statement regarding the recent remarks by Pope Francis. Read more…

Former homosexual will take question to DC: Where are our ‘special protections?’

July 30th, 2013 Comments off

by Charlie Butts

A leader in the ex-homosexual movement says he is fed up with the homosexual-affirming attitude of Washington – all at the expense of former homosexuals.

Doug McIntyre heads Acceptance Fellowship Ministries and Homosexuals Anonymous, and he is heading to Washington, D.C. on July 31 to speak in favor of people who have left the homosexual lifestyle. The group plans to visit senators and representatives, and demand equal rights as ex-homosexuals. Read more…

Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and Employment Law

July 25th, 2013 Comments off

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The Employment Non-Discrimination Act would equate sexual orientation and gender identity, ambiguous and malleable concepts, with immutable features like race, color, and ethnicity as classes worthy of special legal protection. Read more…

Same-Sex Desire: Hardwired With No Hope for Change?

July 25th, 2013 Comments off

No, some former homosexuals insist, as a ‘reparative therapy’ battle erupts in New Jersey


JERSEY CITY, N.J. — When Arthur Goldberg’s son confided that he was struggling with same-sex attraction, the Goldbergs reached out for help. But no Jewish organization existed to give them authentic information on this complex, sensitive subject. Read more…

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‘Unprecedented’ language targets those with traditional values

July 25th, 2013 Comments off

by Charlie Butts

The leadership of the Texas metropolis of San Antonio is working on ordinance changes aimed at punishing those who speak out against homosexuality.

The San Antonio City Council is doing some housecleaning to combine all of its anti-discrimination rules and ordinances into one. The consolidated ordinance states a desire to adopt a “comprehensive and expanded non-discrimination policy with revisions to outdated terminology.” Read more…

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A Hero Lawyer Defending Our Rights

July 20th, 2013 Comments off

On Friday my friend and hero Chuck LiMandri (who was one of the first to help us get Prop 8 on the ballot!) will be in court in New Jersey, taking on the goliath Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and its new militant attempt to misuse consumer fraud laws to attack a small Jewish nonprofit named JONAH that helps observant Jews with same-sex attraction live according to the Bible’s laws. Read more…

Redefining heroism

June 4th, 2013 Comments off

by Babette Francis

Which calls for more courage: coming out of the closet, or dealing with the mess that’s left behind?

Presidents usually do not have the time to congratulate or commiserate with every citizen in the headlines, whether for an act of heroism, an academic achievement or a personal tragedy. Their phone calls are reserved for exceptional situations as for the widow of a soldier killed while trying to save the lives of others.

But under the Obama administration heroism is evolving. Read more…

Mutable or immutable?

May 29th, 2013 Comments off

by Robert R. Reilly

Homosexuals are born that way, gay activists argue vehemently. How is it that so many have changed?

Science has been enlisted to depathologize homosexuality in so far as it can lend credence to the assertion that homosexuality is an immutable condition. The immutability issue is as irrelevant to the moral nature of homosexual behavior as it is to alcoholic behavior. Alcoholics, by definition, are alcoholics for life. If they wish to remain sober, they may never drink again. Read more…

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A warning: Canadian scouts fled after open-door policy

May 29th, 2013 Comments off

by Charlie Butts

Canada voted in 1998 to allow open homosexuals, and participation in the scouting program plummeted, says Rob Schwarzwalder, a spokesman for the Family Research Council.

“Within a space of 10 years participation in Canada’s scouting program had fallen by 50 percent, so we think that actually the fallout [in the United States] could be much greater,” Schwarzwalder says. Read more…

The Boy Scouts cave in

May 29th, 2013 Comments off

by Robert R. Reilly

Under enormous pressure, they have voted to welcome openly gay scouts. What message does the change in policy send young people?

The Boy Scouts have fought long and hard against being forced to include avowed homosexuals in its ranks as either Scouts or scoutmasters. In the Boy Scouts of America v. Dale (2000), the Supreme Court upheld the Boy Scouts’ First Amendment right of expressive association in removing an assistant scoutmaster who was “an avowed homosexual and gay rights activist”. Read more…