10 Myths About Homosexuality

Journal of Marriage and Family: In 2005, the dissolution rate of homosexual couples was more than three times that of heterosexual married couples, and the dissolution rate of lesbian couples was more than four-fold that of heterosexual married couples.

Homosexualities: A Study of Diversity among Men and Women: Researchers found that 43% percent of white male homosexuals had sex with 500 or more partners, and 28% had 1,000 or more partners.
The Social Organization of Sexuality: Only 4.5% of homosexual males said they were faithful to their current partner, compared to 85% of married women and 75.5% of married men.

The Gay and Lesbian Medical Association: “Gay men use substances at a higher rate than the general population. Also, “gay men have higher rates of alcohol dependence and abuse than straight men.”

National Institute of Justice: “Same-sex cohabitants reported significantly more intimate partner violence than did opposite-sex cohabitants-39% of lesbian cohabitants reported being raped, physically assaulted, and/or stalked by a cohabitating partner at some time in their lifetimes, compared to 21% of heterosexual women. Among men, the comparable figures are 23.1% and 7.4%.”

Rather than pushing children toward this harmful behavior, the most compassionate thing we can do for anyone struggling with this lifestyle is to continue speaking the truth in love with the message that change is possible for those who experience same-sex attractions. For even more research, download a free copy of FRC’s latest pamphlet, The Top 10 Myths about Homosexuality.

10 Myths About Homosexuality report click here: http://downloads.frc.org/EF/EF10F01.pdf

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