Sunday, June 29, 2014

Just How Dangerous is it Being Homosexual?



All this month, I've been talking about how dangerous homosexuality is and what the "okay to be gay" secular culture won't tell you.
But now…I get to the true point of the matter. Many atheists I've argued with about this at some point ask me the same thing: "why can't you let two people of the same gender love each other? How does it affect you?" No doubt I bet you've been asked the same. Much like signing a contract with a notorious human rights abuser, the devil is in the details.

Take the first question itself for example. It implies that the two people in question are in love, as in they love each other and no one else. Despite what news footage of gay weddings and Modern Family reruns tell you, all is not well in the land of rainbow flags (this is of course implying anything ever was).
For comparison, take a look at straight marriage. What is one of the expectations of it? Most would say that they would be exclusive to each other and be with no one else. Sure, one may cheat on the other, but the expectation is there. This is in fact not the case with gay so-called marriage.
And it's not just my opinion either. That's also what the San Francisco University found. (Here's the link)

So then…is it any wonder why the gay community has the following problems? (Again, sources can be found at the bottom).

-Out of all the new HIV cases in America, over 60% of them are from homosexual activity. In spite of the fact gay men make up only 4% of the total US adult male population, they account for 3 out of every 4 new HIV cases.
-63% of all new syphilis cases are from homosexual activity.
-In the gay community, there also exists a practice called "bug catching" sometimes called "bug chasing".  It's when you actively seek out someone with a known STD and have sex with them.

Now, if it seems like I'm just picking on gay men, let's look at gay women:
-the notion of monogamy in a lesbian relationship is also a lie.
-According to the Handbook of Family Development and Intervention",  54 percent of lesbian couples had experienced 10 or more abusive incidents from their partner, 74 percent had experienced six or more incidents, 60 percent reported a pattern to the abuse, and 71 percent said it grew worse over time."
-The assumption that lesbians involved in exclusive sexual relationships are at reduced risk for sexual disease is false:
The journal Sexually Transmitted Infections concludes: "The risk behavior profile of exclusive WSW (women who have sex with women) was similar to all wsw." One reason for this is because lesbians "were significantly more likely to report past sexual contact with a homosexual or bisexual man and sexual contact with an IDU (intravenous drug user)."
-Lesbians and bisexual women have a higher rate for breast cancer than straight women, according to the American Cancer Society
-Gay women are also at a higher risk for ovarian, colon and lung cancer due to having a higher body mass index than straight women and are much more likely to be smokers than straight women.

The facts are so obvious on this, but since it's not politically correct, this might explain why you've never heard of any of this.
You will also note that the majority of this information comes from credible medical bodies that know how to crunch the statistical data.
This is not about nor has it ever been about "equal rights." In light of all this information, that buzzword is garbage.

And no surprise here: atheists are behind covering up this evidence. Another proof atheists are idiots.

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