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Crosstalk 08-04-2014 Homosexual Agenda Advances Despite 10% Myth CD

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Peter LaBarbera is president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality.

 

In the past it was reported that one in ten individuals was said to be homosexual. In fact, in 2011 there was a Gallop Poll indicating that Americans thought that 25% of the population was homosexual.

 

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has now released a survey indicating that 1.6% of the adult population is gay and lesbian with .7% being bisexual. This means the LGBT community only makes up 2.3% of the total American population.

 

Jim and Peter also discussed:

 

--A new executive order signed by President Obama that applies to businesses that

do business with the government and how that relationship affects discrimination

on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity.

 

--A veteran news editor at the Newton, Iowa, Daily News released for writing a

column on his personal blog objecting to a gay-friendly Bible version.

 

--A new pre-sex drug for homosexuals.

 

--A San Francisco supervisor has introduced a resolution to have the city make a

statement to the Food and Drug Administration that it's time to let homosexuals

donate blood.

 

--Minnesota Vikings special teams coordinator punished for expressing alleged

anti-gay sentiments.

 

--The latest pro-gay news among Christian publishers.

 

--Sears float awarded “best business entry” in Chicago gay pride parade.

 

--The U.N. Will now recognize the same-sex marriages of its staffers.

 

--Homosexual activists are hiring a so-called gay pastor to lobby against the

Mississippi laws.

 

 

More Information

 

www.americansfortruth.com

 

 


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