President Vladimir Putin comments recently that the law aimed at banning “propaganda of homosexuality” with “pedophilia” has outraged gay and homosexual activists here in the United States – who literally squirm at the idea they are more likely to abuse children – when facts suggest that could be true.
Putin also told homosexuals pointedly to “leave kids alone” comment has really sparked outrage and upset within the activist homosexual community. Especially among those who advocate the right of homosexual to adopt same sex children – called “gaybies.”
Lost in the debate on Putin’s comments however is real research that suggests that homosexuals are in fact more likely to sexually abuse children, especially little boys. A fact the liberal media in America refuses to report for fear of incurring the wrath of activist homosexuals.
For example the Baptist press has reported that since heterosexuals outnumber the homosexual population about 44 to 1, as a group the incidence of homosexuals molesting children is up to 40 times greater than heterosexuals. A fact which is provable by statistical analysis and scientific research.
“You’re looking at a much higher rate of abuse,” said Judith Reisman, a former university research professor who recently completed a study titled, “Crafting Gay Children.”
“The Department of Justice just released data and the rate of abuse are off the charts”( source: Homosexuals more likely to molest kids, study reports http://sbcbaptistpress.org/bpnews.asp?ID=11002).
One study, quoted in the article published by the Baptist Press found that 150 boys are abused by one male homosexual offender, compared to 19.8 girls by heterosexual offenders.
In one study published in 1987 in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence, suggested that “homosexuals sexually molest young boys with an incidence five times greater than the molestation of girls.”
Tim Daily of the Family Research Council questioned “60 Minutes” claim that adults who molest boys can even be called heterosexual is preposterous.
“I guess you determine someone’s sexual orientation by their relationships,” said Dailey, who wrote a paper on pedophilia in the fall of 1999.
“If a man is married and has sexual relations with boys, he’s obviously a combination. To say he’s heterosexual is an outrage. Overall he’s a pedophile. Whether you call it omni-sexual or pan-sexual, he’s indiscriminate…in relationships.”
“Who cares if a guy is married?” echoed Peter LaBarbera, senior policy analyst for the Culture and Policy Institute, a division of Concerned Women of America. “If he’s into molesting boys, that’s homosexual behavior. It’s academic nonsense to talk about these people as heterosexuals.”
Editor of the monthly Lambda Report, LaBarbera has been following the homosexual movement for a decade. He said it is disproportionately involved in pedophilia, as shown by the large number of males among sexual abuse victims.
“The homosexual movement is shameless,” he said.