The battle for “gay” marriage clings for life to a “born that way” mythology fathered by the psychopathic Al Kinsey’s claims that we are 10 percent to 37 percent homosexual. (See my law review article, “Crafting Bi/Homosexual Youth.”)
While a “gay gene” lay undiscovered in hopeful cadavers, tears, handedness and such, “gay” child sex abuse has a long cross cultural etiology of precipitating non-normative identity.
In fact, an analysis of the groundbreaking 1983 book, “One Teenager in Ten: Writings by Gay And Lesbian Youth,” finds 38 percent of these teens reporting personal “gay” child sex abuse. The vulnerable youngsters were counseled that their abuse was their own fault, for they were really “born that way.”
By July 2000, “Sexual Assault of Young Children as Reported to Law Enforcement – Victim, Incident, and Offender Characteristics, A NIBRS Statistical Report” found massive increases in child sexual abuse. Moreover, “14 percent of sex assault victims reported to law enforcement agencies were under age 6.”
Males were 15 percent of the juvenile victims of sexual assault with an object, 20 percent of the juvenile victims of forcible fondling and 59 percent of the juvenile victims of forcible sodomy. For victims under age 12, the male proportions were even greater: sexual assault with an object (19 percent), forcible fondling (26 percent) and forcible sodomy (64 percent).
Forcible sodomy 64 percent! Like the Stockholm syndrome, child victims are quickly convinced they “wanted” their sexual abuse – it was their fault. Why? Because they are allegedly “gay” or “bi” or “trans” or “queer” or … But where are the mass arrests of the AIDS-infected men whose “forcible sodomy” of boys results in thousands of untimely male “gay” deaths?
Since modern brain research confirms that environment shapes the human brain, especially before age 21, it is not surprising that children’s sexual mis-orientations are increasing. Historic, cross-cultural, literary and scientific data obstinately identify myriad cultural markers that trigger temporary and/or permanent same-sex arousal. Even the left-leaning CDC 2001-2009 “Survey on Sexual Identity” cannot hide the fact that early sex trauma is commonly causal in adult and juvenile sexual mis-orientations.
The CDC authors mislead the public by euphemizing “first sexual intercourse before age 13” as a variation of “coming of age” versus rape and statutory rape. The authors use the word “harassed” only once, in reporting that mis-oriented youths were “verbally harassed.” (p. 47).
It turns out that early sex crimes are statistically higher among all sexually mis-oriented youth – homosexual, bisexual and what the movement had called “questioning” but which the CDC study defines as “not sure” – than among heterosexual youth. The following high school student data reported 12 months before the CDC survey are briefly, statistically rounded up:
“[F]irst sexual intercourse before age 13 years”: 5 percent heterosexual, 20 percent gay or lesbian, 15 percent bisexual, and 13 percent not sure. (Discussed further below)
“Dating violence”: 10 percent heterosexual, 28 percent gay or lesbian, 23 percent bisexual, and 19 percent not sure.
“Physically forced to have sexual intercourse”: 7 percnet heterosexual, 24 percent gay or lesbian, 40 percent bisexual, and 24 percent not sure.
The CDC notes that ~1 in every 5 “gay” children, 1 in 7 “bisexual” and 1 in 8 “sexually unsure” children were sexually molested before reaching his/her teen years, versus 1 in 21 heterosexual children. Extensive “establishment” and self-report data repeatedly confirm the etiology of homo/bi/ etc. sexuality as grounded in early sex abuse.
The CDC authors advocate for Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs) in schools, claiming that GSAs help children “participate meaningfully and feel more connected at school (p. 21).” The CDC authors write that they train “school staff and others who work with sexual minority youths” to help “shape behavioral health messages accordingly.” However, the authors dodge the high rate of sex abuse suffered by mis-oriented children before age 13. And they never advocate that children report adult or other predators to the police, even those that infected the children with sexually transmitted disease(s) – from crabs to AIDS.
The authors boast that CDC “funded the American Psychological Association (APA) Healthy Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students Project” with what they call “science-based workshops for school counselors, nurses, psychologists, and social workers on how to effectively reach sexual minority youths with HIV prevention messages and other health information.” (p. 48). Yet these same authors excise the dozens of sexually transmitted diseases commonly caught prior to or alongside HIV (crabs, herpes, syphilis, gonorrhea, genital warts, scabies, pelvic inflammatory disease, HPV, hepatitis B, etc.). This methodological flaw excises the cost in money and resources due to all fornication, that is, out of wedlock sexual intercourse. In 2006 D A. Pollard argued in “Sex Torts”:
“America has a serious sexual problem. The sexual practices of a small percentage of Americans have created an unprecedented disease rate that is costing the American public about $20 billion per year.” While STD “damage” lawsuits increase, “current sex tort law is mired with anti-heartbalm sentiment.” Our “sexual disease crisis” he says, reflects the “laws failure to do its part to help educate the public and deter irresponsible sexual behavior.”
Pollard wants “strict liability for sexual disease transmission” (as in the pre-sexual revolution). This would “deter sexual disease transmission, and educate the public about the sexual disease epidemic, more effectively than negligence.”
Since entitlement recipients cannot pay, the working “village” must pony up and pay the liability. Again the perpetrator doesn’t pay the price.
Instead of deterring STD transmission, CDC authors trivialize child sex abuse and protect the probable high rate of mis-oriented child predators that caused mis-oriented “minority” youth who forced or “consensually” arranged for bad, dangerous, even fatal, behavior.
When our key government health agency policy is “don’t ask don’t tell,” there is no call to “tell a responsible adult” about “gay” abuse. Critics would claim this reflects a statist fear, lest the police locate the predators of child abusers who are transmitting AIDS and other STDs to vulnerable youth and the wider society.