WISCONSIN MARRIAGE DEFENDERS

The chronicles of the Wisconsin Marriage Defenders of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

NEW Northwestern!

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Stew Rieckman has done it again! He has nixed a letter to the editor which exposed the oft-repeated sodomite lie that they were "born gay".

It cannot be just a coincidence that this same point keeps getting edited out of letters. He has edited that point out of two of Dick Ives' letters, despite the fact that one of them was an item-by-item respoonse to a pro-homo letter. IOW, the pro-homo was allowed to make the claim that he was "born that way" (or made by God that way), but Ives was not allowed to refute that lie.

The same point has been culled from letters by Al Doyle, Jared Longsine, myself, and others. So this time I wrote an entire letter addressing that lie. I used pro-homo sources. Stew had absolutely no reason to refuse this letter, except to censor the truth.

Here is the letter:

Dear Editor,

The homosexual movement is getting a lot of mileage out of the idea that homosexuals cannot help their orientation because they were “born that way”.

There’s one minor problem with that claim - it’s totally false.

That’s not just the allegation of those who hold to one-man/one-woman marriage. That’s the claim of Dr. Robert Spitzer, one of the main forces behind the American Psychiatric Association's 1973 decision to remove homosexuality as a mental illness from the APA's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual. Dr. Spitzer is now convinced that men and women who have a homosexual orientation can change. His findings were published in Archives of Sexual Behavior (Vol. 32, No. 5, October 2003, pp. 403-417).

One of the most compelling articles to dispel the notion that homosexuality is genetically determined, fixed, and unchangeable is: "The Innate-Immutable Argument Finds No Basis in Science: In Their Own Words: Gay Activists Speak About Science, Morality, Philosophy," by Drs. A. Dean Byrd, Shirley Cox, and Jeffrey Robinson. This essay is published on the National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality web site.

In studies conducted by Diana Shrier and Robert Johnson in 1985 and 1988, males who had been sexually abused as children were almost seven times as likely as non-molested boys to become homosexuals.
Dr. Gregory Dickson's study shows an alarming 49% of homosexuals surveyed had been molested compared to less than 2% of heterosexuals.


Homosexuals are not born, they are made. Homosexuality is a choice, according to the above pro-homosexual sources.

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