Homosexual activists' ideology and loss of life

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The Family Research Council offered the following glimpse of how untruthful homosexual ideology resulted in the loss of human life:

In 1995, long after the deadly effects of AIDS and other STDs became widely known, homosexual author Urvashi Vaid expressed one of the goals of her fellow activists: "We have an agenda to create a society in which homosexuality is regarded as healthy, natural, and normal. To me that is the most important agenda item." Debilitating illness, chronic disease, psychological problems, and early death suffered by homosexuals is the legacy of this tragically misguided activism, which puts the furthering of an "agenda" above saving the lives of those whose interests they purport to represent.[1]

In January of 2012, Vox Day reported that two gay teens who had made videos for the teen homosexuality anti-suicide project the It Gets Better Project died by suicide.(see also: Mental Health and Homosexuality).[2] Vox Day also indicated that it doesn't get better and that homosexuality is a deviate lifestyle that homosexual propagandist promote (see: Homosexuality and choice and Ex-homosexuals).[3]

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