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to be fed to Liberals, Kooks and Anti-Americans.
When feeding Kooks and Anti-Americans
I suggest a potato gun.

If you are the emotional liberal type, this mindspace will make you uncomfortable. If you think my logic or facts are faulty, lets discuss it. When your findings disagree with my findings, that is dialogue. But using rhetoric to disagree with science is demogoguery. No demogoguery! I usually refrain from insults, but occasionally, ignorance and liberal hypocrisy bring out the worst in me.

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Sunday, December 31, 2006

Gay Syndrome Research Update

Here at the Times, they print a story that's been effectively spiked here in the States. Researchers at Oregon State University in the city of Corvallis and at the Oregon Health and Science University in Portland have isolated hormonal treatment that may prevent homosexual behaviors in sheep.

Naturally, homo-advocacy groups are outraged. This is because they are not simply interested in making sure gays are not mistreated. They are interested in increasing the size of the gay population.

Somehow, they draw the conclusion that a mother taking a treatment to assure that her child does not have a predisposition to homosexuality would be cruel. So I wonder, would they also think it cruel if a gay parent used a treatment to assure that the child had a gay predisposition? I doubt it. It's part of the agenda that there should be as much gay behavior as possible. From the article:
Professor Charles Roselli, the Health and Science University biologist leading the research, defended the project.

He said: “In general, sexuality has been under-studied because of political concerns. People don’t want science looking into what determines sexuality.

“It’s a touchy issue. In fact, several studies have shown that people who believe homosexuality is biologically based are less homophobic than people who think that this orientation is acquired.”

The research is being peer-reviewed by a panel of scientists in America, demonstrating that it is being taken seriously by the academic community.

Potentially, the techniques could one day be adapted for human use, with doctors perhaps being able to offer parents pre-natal tests to determine the likely sexuality of offspring or a hormonal treatment to change the orientation of a child.
Pro-Homo hacks don't want the homo-gene myth debunked. When people stop believing the myth, tolerance for gay behavior and all of the human cost associated with it goes out the window. By the way, this research mirrors some research done in the Netherlands that indicated pre-natal hormone levels might affect sexual predisposition.

If this research is correct, the gay syndrome appears to be caused by a pre-natal hormone level. That makes it a medical condition that can be cured or prevented. If it can be cured or prevented then it is not normal and if it is not normal it is a disease. Ooops! did I write that out loud? They'll all have their panties in a twist now.

Oh yes, I almost forgot, the Pro-Homo hacks did remember the obligatory comparison of homo-lesbo-criticism to Nazism. Yeah, Yeah, anyone that criticizes the leftist-homo-anti-American, environmental kook-global warming agenda is a Nazi. We've heard it already - give it a break.

When someone throws "Homophobic" at you - correct them. It's Homo-lesbo-criticism. It's not fear of homosexuality, it is serious critical examination of its causes, behaviors, culture and human cost. It was coined here at the Brutality of Reason. You heard it here first.


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