Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Lesbian Teens MORE Likely to Get Pregnant, but HOW?

Once again disproving the fairy tale of the "gay gene," multiple studies show that teenage girls who claim the label "lesbian" are more likely to become pregnant (by a male, obviously), and self-identified "gay boys" are more likely to impregnate (a girl, obviously).  While liberals blame everyone else in society for these "unintended pregnancies," the Rainbow Health Initiative, a homosexual advocacy group, says the root causes include mental illness, sexual molestation as a child, and substance abuse.
". . . what was different for the boys is if they were ever forced to have sex, they were more likely to cause a pregnancy."
-- Lisa Lindley, George Mason University (Fairfax, VA)
For background, read Doctors Admit Hiding Nonexistent 'Gay Gene' for Years and also read Study Shows Lesbianism is NOT Genetic

Also read Federal Study Finds 'Gay Teens' Engage in Riskier Behavior

UPDATE 8/21/15: Gay Agenda Further Ingrained in States Outlawing Counseling of "Gay" Teens who Seek Help

Click headlines below to read previous articles:

U.S. Teenage Birth Rate Lowest on Record

Colorado Government Teenage Uterine Control Success Touted

Teen HIV Rates Soar in Florida (due to anal sex)

Lesbian Seminar Teaching Kids How to be Homosexual

Also read the homosexualist who says: We Recruit Kids for Sexual Deviancy

-- From "Pregnancies more common among lesbian, gay, bisexual youths" by Andrew M. Seaman, Reuters Health 5/14/15

For the new study, reported in the American Journal of Public Health, the researchers used data from nearly 10,000 ethnically and racially diverse New York City high school students from 2005, 2007 and 2009. They included only students who reported having sex with a member of the opposite sex.

About 85 percent of female students identified as heterosexual and about 90 percent only had male sexual partners. Of the male students, 96 percent identified as heterosexual and 97 percent only had female sexual partners.

About 14 percent of females became pregnant, and about 11 percent of males got someone pregnant.

Overall, about 13 percent of heterosexual females and about 14 percent of females who only had male sexual partners had been pregnant, compared to about 23 percent of lesbian or bisexual females and about 20 percent of girls who had male and female sexual partners.

About 10 percent of heterosexual males and those who only had female sexual partners experienced a pregnancy, compared to about 29 percent of gay or bisexual males and about 38 percent of males with female and male sexual partners.

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From "Study: Minnesota LGBQ youth have higher teen pregnancy rates than peers" by Andy Birkey, The Column (a gay publication) 8/18/15

Formerly known as the Minnesota Organization on Pregnancy, Parenting and Prevention, Teenwise analyzed data from Minnesota Department of Health data and the Minnesota Student Survey. The analysis found that twice as many adolescent lesbian females (50.9 percent) and gay males (48.7 percent) had had sex compared to straight females (23.5 percent) and straight males (25.9 percent). Bisexual males and females had the highest reported levels of sexual activity at 49.5 percent and 54.4 percent.

Bisexual females were five times more likely to have been pregnant than straight females at 8.2 percent vs. 1.5 percent. Lesbian and questioning females were also more likely to report having been pregnant at 6.6 percent and 2.8 percent respectively.

Gay males and males questioning their sexuality had the highest percent of reporting that they had gotten someone pregnant (9.9 percent vs. 2.4 percent for straight males). Bisexual males also had high rates of reporting having gotten someone pregnant at 8.9 percent.

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From "Gay teens have higher pregnancy rates than their straight peers" by Allie Shah, Minneapolis Star Tribune 8/6/15

. . . a much-ballyhooed study of teen sexual activity nationwide published in July . . . found that today’s youths are having less sex than previous generations. Less than half of teens older than 14 reported they’ve had intercourse, and the majority who were sexually active used some form of protection, according to the research by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

That LGBTQ youths are more likely to have had sex and to have experienced pregnancy than other teens didn’t surprise [executive director Judith] Kahn, with Teenwise Minnesota, but the extent of risk-taking behavior compared with straight teens came as a shock.

Sexual violence came up repeatedly in interviews of pregnant LGBTQ youths by researchers for Rainbow Health Initiative. Childhood sexual abuse was experienced by at least 5 of the 18 teens interviewed. In some cases, the sexual abuse led to their pregnancies.

To better address the problem, the federal government just issued an $18 million grant to Planned Parenthood in nine states — including Minnesota — to support programs aimed at reducing teen pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases in the LGBTQ population.

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From "Higher Pregnancy Rate for LGBT Youth" posted on Impact (a gay website) June 7th, by rachel

The pregnancy rate for teenagers who identify as lesbian or as bisexual is two to seven times greater than their heterosexual counterparts, according to a 2007 British Columbian study  “Not Yet Equal: The Health of Lesbian, Gay, & Bisexual Youth in BC.”  While the average teen birth rate is currently at an all-time low due in part to improved sexual education, this sexual education may be biased toward heterosexuals.  The fact that sexual harassment and substance abuse has been found to be more common in lesbian and gay youth may also contribute to this disparity.

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From "Why Do Gay Teens Have Higher Pregnancy Rates Than Straight Teens?" by Anugrah Kumar, Christian Post Contributor 8/15/15

Joe Carter, an editor for The Gospel Coalition, writes that a reason could be that LGBQ teens claimed to have sex much more often than straight teens, as 50.9 percent of lesbian females and 48.7 percent of gay males said they had sex at least once compared with 23.5 percent of straight females and 25.9 percent of straight males.

"Over the past few years evangelical churches have made great strides in learning how to minister to those with same-sex attraction," Carter goes on to say. "But there is much more we could do for teens who identify as gay, lesbian, and bisexual. The fact that LGB teens are engaging in sexual activity with both sexes at a higher rate than their straight peers may be a symptom of loneliness, an unmet need for intimacy and connection, or unresolved emotional problems.

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From "Study: Gay teens have higher pregnancy rates" by David Roach, chief national correspondent for Baptist Press, 8/17/15

"Some people may be shocked by the high pregnancy rates among the lesbian and gay teens," Evan Lenow, assistant professor of ethics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, told Baptist Press in written comments. "However, this confirms what studies have shown for years. Individuals who identify as lesbian and gay are much more likely to experiment with sex and have many more sexual partners than their heterosexual counterparts. Some of these teens who identify as lesbian and gay may be simply experimenting with all types of sexual partnerships and thinking less about the ramifications of such experimentation."

Bob Stith, founder of Family and Gender Issues Ministries in Southlake, Texas, told BP data on teen sexual activity indicates "the sexual confusion of many of these young people." He suggested the distinction between homosexual and heterosexual teens often is not "quite so clear" as researchers imply.

"In the haste to break down biblical standards, our culture is experiencing a spiritual truth," Stith, the Southern Baptist Convention's former national strategist for gender issues, said in written comments. "Once you deny biblical truth, regardless of how 'spiritual' this process may sound, you will have greater difficulty determining where to draw the boundaries. And while some of those who redefine the boundaries may not" approve of the behavior of sexual active teenagers, "they have opened the door for each man doing what is right in his own eyes."

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Also read Obama Top Homosexual Arrested for Anal Sex with Boy