“Gay” – yeah right

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From AFTAH – don’t read if you can’t handle the truth:

Homosexual activists are giving Americans For Truth and yours truly an extra dose of venom beyond their usual hatred and ridicule for posting online the following item about male homosexual health risks — with a photo of anal warts (yes, it’s offensive: see online story with photo HERE). There are two things “gay” activists NEVER want to talk about (or hear anyone else talk about, especially the media):

1.  Former “Gays” …That there are lots of happy EX-homosexual men (like DL Foster); EX-lesbians (like Linda Jernigan and Yvette Schneider); and even EX-transsexuals (like Walt Heyer) who have overcome sexual/gender confusion and troubled circumstances in their own lives — usually through a relationship with Jesus Christ [read their stories by plugging their names in the search engine in the upper right corner at www.aftah.org]; and

2.  Unhealthy Behavior ….The multiple health risks associated with homosexual behavior — which occur at vastly disproportionate rates relative to the rest of society. Naturally, practicing perversion is harmful to one’s body (and soul).

Of course, the story below deals with #2. I was contacted by a medical transcriptionist, who couldn’t help but take notice of the many maladies contracted by male homosexual patients, whose records she was typing. Keep in mind that young people are RARELY IF EVER taught or told about the massive health risks associated with homosexual behavior — e.g., the CDC’s report that 61 percent of all new HIV cases involve “men who have sex with men.”

Thanks to an AFTAH supporter, I recently had the opportunity to debate a homosexual activist at a Naperville, Illinois, high school — where I mentioned the enormous “gay” health risks. A male student came up to me after my talk, incredulous about the CDC’s “61 percent” figure above for homosexual men and AIDS. He asked me how he could verify this information; I told him to go to the CDC website. I could see that it really got him thinking. (Who knows? Maybe it will help deter him from embracing a destructive homosexual identity.) Today’s youth — like this young man — are starved for basic facts like this; we must find ways to reach them with accurate information!

Hard Truths: Homosexuality-related diseases and dangers is not an easy subject to discuss, but discuss it we must (note the obvious connection between Epididymitis and sexually deviant acts below). One of the reasons that the “gay” side currently has all the momentum is that conservatives have not done a good job of telling the HARD TRUTHS about homosexuality. (Of course, many people are intimidated and simply afraid to criticize “gayness” or the radical homosexual agenda at all due to Political Correctness.)

That’s where AFTAH comes in: we are stepping up our efforts to tell the uncomfortable facts and tragic realities about homosexual behavior and its intolerant and extreme activist defenders. Please help us do so today with your gift to AFTAH — online at www.americansfortruth.com/donate/; or via regular mail: AFTAH, PO Box 5522, Naperville, IL 60567-5522.

Medical Records Reveal Diseases and Maladies Associated with ‘Gay’ Sex and Homosexual Behavior

Penile lesions, anal warts, anal tearing, epididymitis, gay-on-gay violence found in records

Special to Americas For Truth About Homosexuality

Editor’s Note: each of the cases Ms. Melton describes were identified by physicians as homosexual males for the medical transcriptions for which she was responsible.

By Lara Melton

Anal warts: just one of the many maladies for which men practicing homosexual sex are at higher risk relative to the general population.

It’s heartbreaking at times being a medical transcriptionist, typing the medical and psychiatric illnesses of those admitted to hospitals, emergency rooms, mental health units and seen in clinics. People’s pain is what we see every day. Many can be cured, many can’t. Many are in pain or have illness because of lifestyle choices or practices that they will not change. That may be their “right,” but those choices unfortunately have a ripple effect to those around them.

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