Largest US Sexuality Survey In History
Shows Gays
Far More Likely
To Engage In Criminal Activities

[COMMENT: Is anyone surprised at the deception noted below?  The homosexual activists cannot survive an honest discussion based on fact and logic.  Does that say anything to anyone?  Like, maybe, perhaps, we should just insist on honest discussion and learn how to promote them, vigorously??? 

When truth wins, everybody wins....    E. Fox]
 

6/14/2005

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO., June 13, 2005 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A forty-eight
page study to be published two weeks from now in the peer-reviewed
journal, Psychological Reports, compares extensive and newly released
Center for Disease Control (CDC) data, concluding that homosexuals are
far more likely to engage in illegal and socially dangerous behaviour
than heterosexuals. In fact, according to the study, homosexuals are
over 12% more likely to have been booked for illegal activity than
heterosexuals.

Dr. James Cameron of the Family Research Institute led and penned the
report, which is based upon data gathered in 1996 by the CDC.  [NOTE: I
believe his name is Paul, not James.  E. Fox]


The National Household Survey of Drug Abuse (NHSDA) asked 12,381
respondents between the ages of 18 and 59, forty-six highly personal
questions, spanning their age, race, and extensive details about their
lifestyle and past history. In an interview with lifesitenews.com Dr.
Cameron called the survey "the largest, most elegant sexuality survey in
the history of the United states". He estimated the cost of conducting
the study at $13 million.

The most remarkable thing about the NHSDA with its huge price-tag and
its resultant controversial data, says Dr. Cameron, is that it hasn't
become public until now. In fact, according to Cameron the CDC, by law,
was supposed to release the results of the survey, but didn't. When
Cameron got wind of it and personally hunted down the data "The National
Center for Health Statistics had been sitting on it for a year."

Even now that this data has quietly become public "The CDC has
essentially neglected it" remarked Cameron. In fact, only one minor
paper on the whole survey has so far been published. "It's a shame that
the largest and best sexuality study in the history of the United States
is just sort of gathering dust on the shelf."

In a press release put out by his institute Cameron alleges that the
study "was withheld from the general public because of its explosive
content."

By conducting and publishing his study entitled, "Homosexual Sex As
Harmful as Drug Abuse, Prostitution Or Smoking", Cameron set out to put
the data to its intended use. "You'd have to have a gob of money [to
conduct such a study]," said Cameron. "We couldn't have done it, and
what is most impressive is that this is the CDC. They won't deny that
they did the study, and they won't deny the data. Here's the CDC,
staunchly homosexual," collecting data which proves the dangerous nature
of homosexuality.

In order to make the study as scientific, comprehensive and as
hard-hitting as possible, the study also compares the results of the
current survey with other similar surveys, all of which, with minor
exceptions, correspond to the Family Research Institute report.

The CDC itself compiled the data so as to compare the activities of
those who engaged in the so-called "four recreations" (homosexuality,
prostitution, illegal drug use and smoking) and those who had not. The
Family Research Institute then compared this data accordingly,
concluding that "Those who engaged in homosexuality were similar to
those who used illegal drugs, participated in prostitution, or regularly
smoked in disturbances of public health and social order. That is,
similar patterns in the differences were evident in criminality,
dangerousness, use of illegal substances, problems with substance use,
mental health, and health costs."

The data for criminality indicated that 22.8% of homosexuals have been
booked for committing a crime, compared to 11% of heterosexuals. This
statistic held true for both gays and lesbians. "That's noteworthy,"
said Cameron, "It shows a rebellion, an unwillingness to go along with
society."

The study also indicated an increase in the use of illegal substances,
driving while intoxicated, and dangerous sexual practices, including
intercourse with multiple and HIV+ partners.

Speaking on the import of his research Cameron remarked that "The
scripture of the realm of modernity is scientific literature. And we
want the Christian community to understand that the science is really
very consistent, and highly concordant with the historic Christian
position on homosexuality."

Dr. Cameron has long been a controversial character in the
sociological/psychological world for his outspoken belief in the
inherent dangers and immorality of homosexual behaviour. Some have
asserted that his personal beliefs have influenced his research.
Cameron, however, stands firmly behind his work and the scientific
purity of his methods and conclusions.

Indeed, despite the taboo which certain pro-gay institutions, including
the highly pro-gay American Psychological Association (APA), have
attempted to attach to Cameron, the extent of his work into the subject
has attracted a great deal of attention in the last number of years and
his research has been widely cited.

In fact a Wall Street Journal article from April of this year reports
that the journal in which Cameron publishes his work, Psychological
Report, gives the necessary nod to the opinion of the APA and increases
the number of peer reviewers from the usual four to as many as
twenty-one before agreeing to publish his work. Following this
extraordinary and unusual level of scientific rigour, Cameron's studies
continue to be printed in the journal as perfectly acceptable work in
the realm of comparative sexual research.

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