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Wednesday, June 26, 2019

A study from 2010, and what it says about today's culture

And it's nothing good.  Let's go back to that quote I posted from Ann Barnhardt, which is a rather touchy subject in today's day and age:

And folks, where there are faggots, children are being abused.  Period.  There is no such thing as a “harmless faggot”.  Scratch a faggot and you’ll find either an active child predator, a developing child molester, or someone who has turned a blind eye to child molestation to protect “friends”.  The code of omertà among faggots is every bit as strong, if not stronger than the code of omertà in the Italian Mafia.

Now let's take a gander at the summation of a Harvard study, with it's flaws, regarding homosexuals and their predilection for sexual molestation of minors:

The Centers for Disease Control conducted the National Health Institute Survey in 2013, and found that only 1.6% of the population are homosexual, with another 0.7% bisexual, and another 1.1% either stating that they were ‘something else’ or declining to respond; that leaves 96.6% identifying as strictly heterosexual.  Even at the very bottom of Hahvahd’s estimates, 9%, they are saying that the rate of homosexual pedophilia is 5½ times the estimated homosexual percentage of the population. And if it’s at the other extreme, 40%, that’s 25 times the homosexual population.

And when I say "with it's flaws", that would be the flaws they put into the study to actually lessen the reported child abuse by homosexuals.

The article notes that there are serious problems with the research, in that they excluded those who molested minors over 14. The John Jay Report, studying episodes of child sexual abuse among the Catholic priesthood, did not make such an exclusion, found that 81% of the sexual abuse cases involved male priests (there are no female priests) and male victims. The majority of victims, 50.9% were between 11 and 14 years of age, while the second largest group, 27.3% were between 15 and 17. 
By excluding victims between 15 and 17, the Harvard study not only dramatically reduces the number of victims, but attempts to strengthen its claim that sexual attraction to minors has no bearing on whether the predators are heterosexual or homosexual.  As the victims get closer to adulthood, the strength of the predators’ sexual preferences as adults — assuming they have any — more greatly impacts their selection of victims.
Someone who has a sexual attraction to the same sex is dealing with some sort of damage.  I've spoken with medical professionals who attribute it to some trauma early in life, be it mental, physical, emotional or sexual.  I've spoken to pastors who attribute it to lack of parenting, i.e. one parent is missing for whatever reason, and the natural growth of a child is prevented or damaged.  But the bottom line is that homosexuality, whatever it's cause, is unnatural, and when that ill nature is embraced instead of dealt with through treatment, counseling or other means, it can and will metastasize.

The increased percentage of child molestation by homosexuals is just one facet of that.

Throughout my life I've had several friends who were homosexual.  All of them, every single one, had been given a shitty hand.  One friend was raped by a seminarian when he was a 13 year old alterboy.  Another was abandoned by his father and abused by his family.  One girl was repeatedly raped by her step-father, and became a lesbian.  The stories go on and on.  But the common thread is that there was a trauma in their lives that took what should have been a normal, healthy sex drive and twisted it.  I used to be shocked at the sheer amount of pederasty that goes on in Islamic societies.  Having seen first hand how Islamic societies act towards children, I'm not shocked any more.

These people need compassion and empathy, but what they do NOT need is encouragement to continue down a path that will lead them to utter ruin, spiritually for certain, but most likely physically and mentally as well.  I can't think of any of my homosexual friends who didn't have major, self-destructive flaws, another symptom of the trauma they had suffered; the trauma that twisted their sexuality also damaged their sense of self-worth.  Perhaps instead of telling them how brave and wonderful they are for wallowing in their torment, we should actually try to help them heal and improve their lives.

But just saying that last paragraph will get me branded as a homophobic-hater-nazi-bigot in today's society, won't it?

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