I would like to thank everyone who have read this blog and have supported me. I would also like to thank those who bought my book.
Lastly, I want to thank those who choose not to put a "hit" out on me for sending them so many posts on the Barack Obama/Donnie McClurkin situation.
I feel that I am blessed to be able to comment on this controversy and to bring attention to voices and issues that have not been heard.
But I would like to reiterate something.
This controversy is only a small part of a huge problem.
For a few days, I have huffed and puffed at Senator Obama and Donnie McClurkin.
But now, I want to reel myself back in by reposting the following main points of my book. The reason for my reposting is to remind myself as to the focus of my blog and book:
The Six Distortion Techniques of the Anti-Gay Industry
1. Using nonrepresentative or out of date studies to make generalizations, or
distorting legitimate studies to give misleading conclusions.
3. Conspiracy Theory
4. Dire Consequences
5. Phony Experts
6. Dehumanizing Semantics
Top Anti-Gay Industry Lies
1. Homosexuality is a lifestyle more harmful than cigarette smoking.
2. Gay men have a short life span.
3. The gay and lesbian community have a high rate of domestic violence.
4. Unhealthy behaviors (i.e. substance abuse, promiscuous sexual behavior) is
indicative of the gay or lesbian orientation.
5. Gay men molest children at a high rate.
6. Gays and lesbians want to silence Christians.
7. Gays and lesbians recruit people, particularly children, to their “life style.”
8. Gays and lesbians are following a six-point plan to take over America.
9. Any judge who rules in favor of the gay and lesbian community in a case is
an “activist judge.”
10. Anal sex is “homosexual behavior.”
11. Robert Spitzer’s study confi rms that gays and lesbians can change their
12. Gays and lesbians want to force acceptance.
13. Gay bowel syndrome is a legitimate medical term.
14. A man who molests a boy or a woman who molests a girl is automatically homosexual.
15. A convenience sample or out-of-date study can be used to generalize about an entire community.