How LGBT-friendly laws could change medicine
No more scepticism, please. That's an order.
Hotel Homosexuality: yes, you can check out, and leave
But ex-gays have to fight for professional help and recognition.
The mysterious case of the missing morality
Opponents of same-sex marriage fear to boldly assert that homosexual acts are sterile and immoral.
Sacked Christian nursery worker wins discrimination case
Complaint by lesbian colleague led to unfair treatment, says UK tribunal.
Gay study a “mountain of fabrication”
A research scandal should ring warning bells.
British childcare worker case tests freedom of expression
A recent EU declaration supports claims of discrimination against Christians.
I am Kelvin Cochran
Who's that? Oh, just another American who lost his job for expressing his beliefs.
Why do we wildly over-estimate the proportion of gays and lesbians?
Good public policy should be based on facts, not ideology
A long and winding road
How an English writer immersed in the gay culture discovered God.
Three ways to happiness
After years as homosexuals two men and a woman relate how they discovered chastity.
There are no ‘gay’ people
Human beings cannot be reduced to one-word slogans.
Understanding male same-sex attraction
An excellent video argues no one is born gay and it is possible to change.
Are gays’ brains better than mothers’ brains?
A recent study raises more questions than it answers.
Love in a time of unreality
Much of the rhetoric swaddling same-sex marriage and homosexuality is a free-floating, fact-free fantasy.
No white flag. Ever.
Too much is at stake to surrender in the fight against same-sex marriage.
Russia, gay rights and the protection of children
So what exactly is it that Russia is doing to homosexuals? Sending them by the truckload to Siberia?
“Gays against gay marriage”
How can it be “homophobic” to oppose redefining marriage when many gays oppose it as well?
Australian defender of marriage passes away
Christopher Pearson, a columnist for The Australian, speechwriter, and strong defender of traditional marriage, passed away on Friday.
Not “Born This Way”
Many people are sympathetic to persons with same-sex attraction demand for a “right” to marry because they believe that such persons were “born that way” and can’t change; therefore, allowing them to call their relationships marriages gives such persons their only opportunity for a recognized relationship.
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