Major Corporations Funding “Gay” Indoctrination in Elementary Schools. See Video Example.

Not surprisingly, nothing is said to kids about the extensive medical and psychological dangers of homosexual behavior, including a range of diseases, addictions, domestic violence, and other social pathologies.

Source: Major corporations funding “gay” indoctrination in elementary schools. See video example..

And those problems are there in much higher percentages than for the general heterosexual population (where they are also not "normal") and are higher regardless of the degree of "acceptance" of homosexuality and homosexuals.

It's not love when you're knowingly harming each other and others, and it is always harmful to one degree or another. It runs contrary to the proper ordering of things. It is a mistake. That it is a disease manifesting in a whole host of ills and requires compassion doesn't alter that fact.

Two people of the same sex loving each other certainly doesn't mean they need to be sexually attracted to each other. Plenty of people have loved others of the same sex down through the ages without sexual behavior with those others ever having even entered their minds.

Aren't the children finding out about this subject earlier and earlier largely due to not only having it introduced into their academics but also from the "entertainment" industry? Of course, they'll learn from their parents and peers.

I first learned about homosexuality when I first heard the term "queer" and asked my father to explain what it means. I was quite young: perhaps 5 (6 at most).


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At that time, the concept of homosexuality struck me as extremely confused. I had difficulty accepting that such deviation from male-female bonding could occur. I was sure on the face of it that homosexuality was an error. My belief in that hasn't changed, and no amount of indoctrination will alter the fundamental truth about homosex and homosexuality in my mind.

Children have been being deliberately brainwashed for decades by the homosexualist movement. It wasn't, still isn't, and never will be a good thing.

A great deal of homosexuality arises out of homosexual sexual-abuse of youths. Many homosexuals who know this full well hang back to let those who claim never to have been abused to be the false front for the movement.

Even though such homosexual abuse imprints the confusion of homosexuality on especially boys, the homosexualist movement is trying mightily to make illegal the rendering of professional mental-healthcare to the boys to help them overcome the confusion and to return to their pre-abuse state of sexual "attraction" solely to the opposite sex.

That alone should tell you the very low caliber of persons we are dealing with: evil incarnate, struggling to be "accepted" in their evil ways rather than working to overcome, to changed, to be healed.

They refuse to acknowledge the proper design of the human being and what the introduction of error does. Their view of diseases is hypocritical.


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    Education: Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science in Political Science. City University of Seattle, graduate studies in Public Administration.

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