Thursday, April 10, 2008

Scrapping The "Born Gay" Myth

Militant homosexuals want us to believe that their sexual behavior is innate. Ryan Sorba challenges that concept. As the Mass Resistance website reports, his blockbuster speech on “The Gay Gene Hoax” silenced pro-homosexual crowd at Framingham State College.
The concept of a “gay gene” started out as marketing strategy and has had stunning success. But the mountain of historical and contemporary evidence – from both ends of the political spectrum – make one wonder how anyone could believe it. That’s what author and researcher Ryan Sorba laid out before a full lecture hall at Framingham State College on Monday evening, March 31.

It appeared that at least three-quarters of the nearly 60 people in attendance were homosexual activists. ... At the beginning, you could feel the tension in the air.

But Sorba’s speech and his demeanor was quite powerful, and the crowd was silent, even polite.
As often happens at these kinds of speeches, it appeared that nearly all of the homosexual activists had never heard these arguments before. They were clearly affected by them. You could see the confusion (and a little anger) in their eyes as their ideological world was being taken apart. Plus, they were so used to dealing with this issue in an emotional and illogical way that they are rhetorically crippled when forced to deal on a logical and factual basis.
Muzzling the truth never succeeds. People could be silenced, but there's no way one could silence common sense.

The book is expected to be released within 6 to 9 months. But a draft copy with lots of great information is already available on the Mass Resistance website. Let's see if militant homosexuals can find any arguments against it. Except for their beloved buzzwords such as "bigotry" and "hate", of course.

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