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"Though I have a biography particularly relevant to gay issues, the first person who contacted me to thank me for sharing my perspective on LGBT issues was Mark Regnerus, in an email dated July 17, 2012. I was not part of his massive survey, but he noticed a comment I’d left on a website about it and took the initiative to begin an email correspondence. Forty-one years I’d lived, and nobody—least of all gay activists—had wanted me to speak honestly about the complicated gay threads of my life. If for no other reason than this, Mark Regnerus deserves tremendous credit—and the gay community ought to be crediting him rather than trying to silence him."
"...we do have a choice to live as gay or straight, and we do have to decide the gender configuration of the household in which our children will grow up. (original emphasis)"And here is where nearly all "gay" activists miss the boat. It is not about OUR rights to marry whom we choose; it is about the children's rights to have a father and a mother. Spoken so well by Lopez here:
"Once I was a father, I put aside my own homosexual past and vowed never to divorce my wife or take up with another person, male or female, before I died. I chose that commitment in order to protect my children from dealing with harmful drama, even as they grow up to be adults. When you are a parent, ethical questions revolve around your children and you put away your self-interest . . . forever. (emphasis added)"Please READ THE ENTIRE DISCOURSE HERE and please share it. The world, particularly Americans, deserve to know the truth about the lie of homosexuality.