Friday, June 14, 2013

Poll: Gay Agenda Complete when Christians Muzzled

In the new Pew Research poll of homosexuals, respondents indicated that although "gay marriage" success is anticipated in America, they see it as a distraction to the primary goal of the Gay Agenda: End religious liberty and thus defeat Christianity through totalitarian laws such as ENDA.

For background, read Pew Research Study: Mainstream News Media Favor "Gay Marriage" by Factor of Five

The goal is within reach as the Supreme Court Rules Bible as 'Anti-gay Hate Speech' in Canada and the European High Court Rules Gay Agenda Trumps Christianity

And the vanguard is obvious in America as the Media Say State "Gay Marriage" Laws Force Christians to Accept Gay Agenda, and through politically correct trends like the Iowa-Funded Anti-Bullying (Gay Agenda) Plan that Bullies Christians.

For more background, read President Obama Raises Gay Agenda above Religious Liberty and also read Obama Creates Homosexual Path to Citizenship in addition read White House Says Kids Don't Need Mom, 2 Dads OK as well as School Doesn't Back Gay Agenda, Obama Investigates

UPDATE 7/26/13: Sen. Ted Cruz Says Gay Agenda Ends Christian Liberty

-- From "Same-sex marriage may overshadow other LGBT issues, poll finds" by Emily Alpert, Los Angeles Times 6/13/13

As Americans await Supreme Court rulings tied to same-sex marriage, a sweeping new study of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans finds some fear that the battle over marriage has drawn too much attention away from other problems they face.

Nearly all of the LGBT adults surveyed supported gay marriage, and a majority wanted to get married someday or already were wed. But 39% said they worried that the marriage fight had pulled focus away from issues such as workplace problems and adoption rights, the Pew Research Center found.

“There’s clear evidence that people were at least as concerned about employment discrimination as they were about marriage equality,” said researcher Gary J. Gates of the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law, who served as an advisor on the study. “That’s been an ongoing struggle in the LGBT movement -- how do you prioritize these issues?”

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From "A Survey of LGBT Americans" posted at Pew Research Center 6/13/13

An overwhelming share of America’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults (92%) say society has become more accepting of them in the past decade and an equal number expect it to grow even more accepting in the decade ahead. . . .

At the same time, however, a new nationally representative survey of 1,197 LGBT adults offers testimony to the many ways they feel they have been stigmatized by society. About four-in-ten (39%) say that at some point in their lives they were rejected by a family member or close friend because of their sexual orientation or gender identity . . . 29% say they have been made to feel unwelcome in a place of worship; and 21% say they have been treated unfairly by an employer.

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From "Gays feel more accepted but still stigmatized, Pew Research Center survey finds" by Carol Morello, Washington Post 6/13/13

. . . Compared with the general public, Pew said, gay men and lesbians are more liberal, more Democratic, less religious, less happy with their lives, yet more satisfied with the direction the country is headed.

In the Pew poll, a third said they haven’t told their parents that they are gay.

Matt Cloninger, a 40-year-old government consultant who lives in the District . . . said he never has doubted his [Christian] parents’ love for him, but he knows that his sexual orientation has caused them agony. The night before his 2008 wedding in San Francisco, Cloninger said, his father called in tears to say he could not attend. Cloninger said his nieces and nephews have never met his husband, and although he has told his brother he is gay, they never discuss it.

A senior warden at St. Thomas Episcopal Church near Dupont Circle, Cloninger said his family has become more accepting, but only to a degree.

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From "Pew Poll: LGBT American’s Pride and Religion Conflict" by Cedric Hines, posted at Guardian Express 6/13/13

The Pew Research Center Poll released this month, which happens to be LGBT pride month, exhibits one key fact . . . LGBT with the most pride are the least believing. The survey finds that LGBT adults are less religious than the general public. Roughly half (48%) say they have no religious affiliation, compared with 20% of the public at large.

The LGBT community is setting a good standard: if you are to submit to anything, let it be your own divine will.

According to the poll, lopsided majorities describe the Muslim religion (84%), the Mormon Church (83%), the Catholic Church (79%) and evangelical churches (73%) as unfriendly toward people who are LGBT. And among all LGBT adults, about three-in-ten (29%) say they have been made to feel unwelcome in a place of worship.

The fight for equality and overcoming discrimination against gay should begin at overcoming the influence of the churches, mosques, and temples. LGBT American’s have encountered too much heavy-handed abuse from the conflicted religious community; they must have pride in themselves if they are to ever accomplish this gargantuan feat of self-acceptance.

To read the entire opinion column above, CLICK HERE.

For further background, read President Obama Redefines 1st Amendment Freedom of Religion and yet President Obama Denies Leading War Against Christianity, and also read Religious Liberty & Anti-Christian Totalitarianism

In addition, read 'Gay Rights' Winning, Loss of Religious Liberty Documented - Washington Post writer demonstrates it's a "zero sum" game: Winning homosexual 'rights' means Christians must lose freedom of religion.

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