FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Spencer Irvine
(202) 364-4401 ext. 103
Washington, D.C. – The mainstream media have promoted a number of myths about homosexuality and transgenderism, including that being gay has a genetic component. A new AIM Special Report by Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth, explodes this and other myths that are harming American society by helping to promote the acceptance of sexual lifestyles that are both unsafe and immoral.
The LGBT media lobby is working overtime to convince Americans that gays are a major force in America, and that there are significant numbers of homosexuals and transgenders. In reality, these individuals account for about 3 percent of the population, yet have an oversized effect on popular culture and political correctness.
“Some researchers are coming forth with alternative theories linking the development of adult homosexual identity to childhood trauma, e.g., incest between twins or child molestation,” writes LaBarbera in the AIM Special Report. “Interestingly, two prominent openly homosexual TV personalities—CNN’s Don Lemon and MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts—were sexually assaulted as boys by homosexual adult predators.”
- The assertion that 10 percent of the population are LGBT is an unsupported myth.
- Transsexual “sex reassignment surgeries” often do not produce happiness, and many of these individuals consider suicide post-operation.
- LGBT activists are pushing radical “transgender” ideology on children, even to the point of encouraging underage kids to get body-destroying surgeries.
- Children who are raised in homosexual and transsexual households are suffering.
Instead of the media promoting this “alternative lifestyle,” Americans desperately need the press to educate society about its inherent risks.
To arrange an interview with Peter LaBarbera, contact Spencer Irvine at 202-364-4401, ext. 103, or preferably by email at email@example.com.
Accuracy in Media is a non-profit citizens’ media watchdog organization whose mission is to promote fairness, balance and accuracy in news reporting. For more information, go to www.aim.org.