The Ruth Institute: Label Being Gay Just Like Cigarettes

Written by scott on November 15th, 2012

The Ruth Institute: Label Being Gay Just Like CigarettesThe National Organization for Marriage’s Ruth Institute is promoting the idea that being gay is as “harmful” as smoking. In a crosspost on its blog, the Ruth Institute asks, “How much worse do the risks of gay sex have to be before it rates the same public health warnings as smoking?” Here’s an excerpt from the full article:

Instead of discouraging homosexual behavior as smoking is discouraged, key elements of American society have been promoting homosexuality as a viable and safe option compared with heterosexuality. Gay organizations and gay influence in the government, the media, the mental health associations, academia, and the teachers’ union have all played significant roles in America’s normalization of homosexuality.

All too often, gay political ideals have been given priority over the physical and mental health of sexually confused youth. In addition, family therapy advances in the prevention of homosexuality have been marginalized to the extent that the general public is not even aware that they exist.

Authored By Zack Ford – See the Full Story at Think Progress

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  1. vanessa says:

    “In addition, family therapy advances in the prevention of homosexuality have been marginalized to the extent that the general public is not even aware that they exist.”

    California took it a step further than “marginalizing” these “advances”: they have made them illegal. To which I say, “BRAVO!”

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