I have read the Camerons replies to me in this ongoing discussion and have only a few more things to say. Regarding Paul Cameron’s letter, I have very little to say. It does not appear to me that he really addressed any of my critiques. Instead, he convinced me that he has his mind made … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 8 – Loose ends”
Apropos to the recent series of posts examining the recent report from Paul and Kirk Cameron on life expectancy is this action from Exodus International. Up to earlier today, Exodus had a page titled “Is there a connection between life expectancy and homosexuality?” with various assertions about the health status of homosexuals as a group. … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Part 6 – Exodus International statement”
In March, the Christian Post reported on the Cameron & Cameron study of gay life expectancy. Today, the CP reported the criticisms of this report by Morten Frisch first published here on this blog. I appreciate this balanced reporting.
A spate of articles and news releases have appeared recently purporting to demonstrate that the life expectancy of homosexuals is in the neighborhood of 20 years lower than that of straights. Behind this flurry of activity is Paul and Kirk Cameron of the Family Research Institute and a poster session presented at the March, 2007 … Continue reading “Only the gay die young? Examining claims of shorter life expectancy for homosexuals”
An article today in the Daily Mail, Betrayal of a Generation, outlines the difficulties experienced by children in the United Kingdom. The UK performed as follows: Rates of teenage births were the worst in the developed world. British children were most likely to be drunk from the age of 11 onwards, most likely to have … Continue reading “Why Can’t Heterosexuals get it Right?”
This article by Kathleen Melonakos from the NARTH website was recently reprinted by Lifesite News. While I think it is important to advocate for healthy sexual conduct, I do question the sources and some of the conclusions of this article. I did not check everything but a few things seem important to note. First, the … Continue reading “NARTH article asking why homosexuality isn’t a disorder.”