• Do Gay People Have Feelings?

    October 27, 2010 10:01 pm 71 comments

    Homosexuals account for only 1-2% of the population based on current surveys. Slightly more men than women identify as homosexual or ‘bisexual’. As such, over 3% of the population admits to having engaged in a form of homosexual sex within the prior 12 months.

    These statistics show that the majority of people are normal, a good 98% of humanity. As such, when homosexual activists claim that the most heinous and recognizable crime of gay people — child abductions and attacks — are conducted by heterosexual normal people, it would seem statistically correct.

    When everything is peeled back, however, we find this is not the case. Those who attack children and do other deviant, evil things are not normal. Their perversions and their perpetrators can still be classed as homosexuals and child botherers. These perverts are a danger to society and as such, the question remains: Do gay people have feelings?

    Do Gay People Have Feelings?

    Growing up the child of two successful parents, my family was priviledged and lived a very comfortable life in Southern California. We were blessed with several loving house Mexicans who helped my parents with home duties, while providing us kids with a good grandmother figure and also another source for learning more about our Christian and their Catholic faith.

    On one summer day, I recall going outside to see two men moving in two homes down for us. They had a cute dog and as our Mexican Nana was out with us as we rode bikes, we were allowed to go play and pet with it. I remember hearing that these men were new to the neighborhood and ‘were friends’ who were taking out a very expensive home.

    When I told my parents about it, they asked if they were brothers. I distinctly remember my father’s brow reaching a great furrow when I told him “No, they told Nana they are just friends.”

    Mother had already heard the news and told father, “They own a floral shop. A floral shop.”

    They both kept repeating it to each other, with emphasis. I did not know it at the time, but my parents were confirming with each other, through their voice inflections and pierced looks, that the neighborhood had been afflicted with a gay couple.

    Many people have not had to experience a gay couple in the neighborhood. With liberal media, it would seem such things may be fun and festive. Sitcoms always paint gays in a very fresh and energetic light; with the characters funny secrataries and not dealing with stress and always the ‘life of the party’ in a very boring business office.

    For us, such was not the case. Almost immediately, the strangers and the wild parties started.

    Men of all shapes and sizes went in and out of that home all hours of the day and night. Some would leave with different clothing; some would stop and talk to us as we were out playing. They would talk to us and offer us girls flowers, then talking to the boys about toys and cartoons.

    My parents caught wind of this and we were told under no circumstance to go into that home or talk to them. Adults have no reason to speak to kids; we were young and naive.

    One day, I was out by myself and riding my bike. My house Mexican was preparing lunch and my friends had ridden off to play catch in a nearby field. I was not in the mood.

    One of the gays was in his garage and with his dog; he asked me if I wanted to pet it. I said ‘yes’ and wheeled my bike into the garage.

    As I petted the dog, I could feel the man’s eyes on me and it felt awkward. Still, distracted by the dog I did not think too much when he said, “Your bike has a dented frame. You can come in to help feed the dog and I’ll take your bike in to get that dent out.”

    “Okay”, I agreed.

    The door closed behind us.

    Inside the home, the odor was a mix of floral scents. It was tidy, yet unsettling. There was a very slight aroma that was pungent in nature, one that I did not know until married as a post-coital scent.

    The neighbor walked off and then came back with a drink. He offered it to me and I distinctly remember my parents warning: “Never accept a drink from strangers.” What was I even doing in the house?

    He took my bike to the other room and gave me several dog biscuits. After that, he asked if I liked certain cartoons. I said yes and was told to check out the video collection. I was told again to drink my punch, it was really good. I did not drink it and I could sense frustration from the man, enough to make me unsettled.

    I said I should go and he insisted I stay. I said no and thanked him from fixing the bike. Before I left from the garage door, he grabbed me by the shoulder and then pulled me close to him, nuzzling the top of my hair and grabbing me inappropriately. I broke free and was able to get out.

    Three weeks later, one of the gays was allegedly taken into custody. The charge: a child bothering that was reported. It was the same one that had me in the home, the victim, allegedly one of the boys in the neighborhood. The other ‘friend’ moved away.

    Do gay people have feelings?

    Of course some do, but there is no denying the statistics. For every one gay person, four children can get abducted and bothered in perverse ways.

    The horrors that I face are not uncommon.

    Dr. Stephen Rubin, of Whitman College, conducted a ten-state study of sex abuse among school teachers. 199 cases were studied. Of these cases, 59 homosexual male teachers had attacked boys and four female teachers attacked girls. 32% of these cases involved homosexuals. 1/3 of these cases come from only 1-2%of the world’s population.

    In her book, Kinsey, Crimes & Consequences, Dr. Judith Reisman discussed more alarming facts.

    This researcher compared the molestation rates of self-confessed homosexual and heterosexual child molesters. In a sample of 153 homosexual molesters, they confessed to a total of 22,981 molestations. This is equivalent to 150 children per molester. Self-admitted heterosexual molesters admitted to 4,435 molestations. This comes to 19.8 victims per molester. Dr. Abel concluded that homosexuals “sexually molest young boys at an incidence that is occurring from five times greater than the molestation of girls.”

    These stats align with what we’ve already seen:

    The Los Angeles Times conducted a survey in 1985 of 2,628 adults across the U.S. Of those, 27% of the women and 16% of the men had been sexually molested. Seven percent of the girls and 93% of the men had been molested by adults of the same sex. This means that 40% of child molestations were by homosexuals. (Los Angeles Times, August 25-6, 1985)

    In 1984, a Vermont survey of 161 adolescents who were sex offenders found that 35 of them were homosexuals (22%). (Wasserman, J., “Adolescent Sex Offenders—Vermont, 1984” Journal American Medical Association, 1986; 255:181-2)

    In 1991, of the 100 child molesters at the Massachusetts Treatment Center for Sexually Dangerous Persons, a third were heterosexual, a third were bisexual, and a third were homosexual. (Dr. Raymond Knight, “Differential Prevalence of Personality Disorders in Rapists and Child Molesters,” Eastern Psychological Association Conference, New York, April 12, 1991)

    Drs. Freund and Heasman of the Clark Institute of Psychiatry in Toronto reviewed two studies on child molesters and calculated that 34% and 32% of the sex offenders were homosexual. In cases these doctors had handled, 36% of the molesters were homosexuals. (Freund, K. “Pedophilia and Heterosexuality vs. Homosexuality,” Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 1984; 10:193-200)

    From these studies and many more, it is evident that homosexuals molest children at a far greater rate than do their heterosexual counterparts. While they comprise only 1-2% of the population, they are responsible for upwards of a third or more of all sexual molestations of children.

    Exposing The Homosexual/Pedophile Link
    Homosexuals seldom openly admit that they want to sexually assault children, but their literature and their actions tell another story. In the January 1-8, 2001 issue of The Weekly Standard, author Mary Eberstadt exposed the clear link between homosexual activism and the growing North-American Man- Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) movement. Writing in “’Pedophilia Chic’ Reconsidered: The taboo against sex with children continues to erode,” Eberstadt notes:

    The reason why the public is being urged to reconsider boy pedophilia is that this ‘question,’ settled though it may be in the opinions and laws of the rest of the country, is demonstrably not yet settled within certain parts of the gay rights movement. The more that movement has entered the mainstream, the more this ‘question’ has bubbled forth from that previously distant realm in the public square.

    Eberstadt notes that the book, Male Inter-Generational Intimacy: Historical, Socio-Psychological, and Legal Perspectives edited by pedophile Edward Brongersma is currently available in the “gay/lesbian” sections of bookstores like Borders. This book, which openly promotes pedophilia, was first published in the Journal of Homosexuality in 1990. The Journal is edited by John DeCecco, a psychologist at San Francisco State University. DeCecco is a board member of the Dutch pedophile journal, Paidika.

    The homosexual magazine Guide published a pro-pedophile editorial in its July, 1995 issue. In referring to pedophiles as “prophets” of sexual freedom, the Guide editorialist wrote: “We must listen to our prophets. Instead of fearing being labeled pedophiles, we must proudly proclaim that sex is good, including children’s sexuality. . . . Surrounded by pious moralists with deadening anti-sexual rules, we must be shameless rulebreakers, demonstrating our allegiance to a higher concept of love. We must do it for the children’s sake.”

    Parents are correct to be concerned about homosexuals sexually assaulting their children. The Boy Scouts of America, for example, is right to prohibit homosexuals from membership or leadership positions. It is evident from the statistical evidence and news reports of child molestation cases, that homosexuals pose a clear and present danger to children. Our laws and social policies should protect children, not cater to the whims and sexual desires of sexual predators. We must oppose homosexual activism “for the children’s sake.”

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    Around every corner, or even next door, the homosexual menace can lurk. Dan Nordgren warned, Men Beware, the gays are out to get you!

    This applies to everyone. Gay people may be nice, but the statistics show they can be a huge danger. I had a close encounter as a child and it is up to every parent to protect their children from becoming a victim stat.

    Gays may come off as nice, but that still does not mean they are moral.

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