In the wake of the male-on-male child sex abuse scandal involving high profile football coaches, homosexual advocates are reacting swiftly to discredit and defuse any talk of pedophilia/ pederasty in the same breath as "gay parenting rights."
For background, read Normalization of Pedophilia Urged by Psychiatrists and also read Pedophiles Win in 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
UPDATE 6/27/12: Jerry Sandusky is guilty in a Christian nation
-- From "Penn State Scandal: Jerry Sandusky Cited As Case Against Same-Sex Parenting By Anti-Gay Speakers" reported by Huffington Post 11/12/11
First to speak out was Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association . . . [concerning] Penn State's retired assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, who has been arrested and charged with 40 counts of sexual abuse involving eight boys over a 15-year period. "It's a simple, stubborn fact that homosexuals molest children at much higher rates than the heterosexual population," Fischer said. "This is one of the reasons the Boy Scouts have every right to keep homosexuals from becoming Boy Scout leaders."
Echoing those sentiments was the Family Research Council's Jerry Cox, who appeared on the NPR news and analysis show "To The Point" via a California-based affiliate and used Sandusky's case as an argument against same-sex adoption. "I find it interesting that we talk about the Penn State situation, and then when we talk about people who claim to have these rights to adopt or foster; in both cases, the children's rights get put in second place," Cox told host Warren Olney, after a gay parent from L.A. spoke about the stringent adoption process to which he and his partner were subjected. "If those are the only two choices -- a child be institutionalized or in a same-sex home -- I would like to challenge this and say, maybe the state can do better than that. I blame the state for that. These children need a place to recover."
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From "Penguins, perverts — and the mockery of everything LGBTQ" by Brody Levesque, LGBTQ Nation 11/13/11
I think that the one constant in my life these days is knowing that no matter what an LGBTQ person does, in any fashion, you can be certain that a member of corporate Christianity will find a way to make it as demonic, sinful, and dehumanizing as possible.
The problem I have with all of this is that I am not hearing a forceful and loud national conversation commencing, that once and forever puts to rest this disgusting, misleading, untruthful, and unjust accusation that these family groups from corporate Christianity not to mention some religious leaders, deploy as weaponry to create a state of disaffection in the populace against LGBTQ people.
To read the entire opinion column above, CLICK HERE.
Although less than 2% of the population is homosexual, about one-third of the sex crimes against children are committed by homosexuals. CLICK HERE for studies.