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Old July 16th 04, 11:43 AM
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On Fri, 16 Jul 2004 03:42:47 -0400, NOYB wrote:


Cameron P, Cameron K.


"Cameron was dropped from membership in the American Psychological
Association in 1984 for ethical violations concerning his biased
research. That same year, the Psychological Association in his home state
of Nebraska adopted a formal resolution disassociating itself from
Cameron's work."
From:
http://www.rainbowallianceopenfaith....m/Cameron.html

For more on Paul Cameron:

http://www.hatecrime.org/subpages/ha...lycameron.html

http://www.qrd.org/QRD/www/RRR/cameron.html

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Old July 16th 04, 11:47 AM
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"NOYB" wrote in message ...
Psychol Rep. 2003 Dec;93(3 Pt 1):793-802. Related Articles, Links


Molestations by homosexual foster parents: newspaper accounts vs official
records.

Cameron P.

Family Research Institute, Colorado Springs, CO 80962, USA.

To assess whether a systematic tally of newspaper accounts reflect official
foster-parent molestation a review of 6,444 news stories on Lexis-Nexis
Academic Universe from 1989 through 2002 about child molestation yielded 33
stories involving foster parents. Of the 25 foster-parent perpetrators, at
least 15 (60%) engaged in homosexuality. In Illinois 1997-2002, 92 (34%) of
270 foster- or adoptive-parent perpetrators who engaged in "substantiated"
sexual abuse homosexually abused their charges. These findings suggest that
the proportion of homosexual perpetrators in a systematic tally of newspaper
stories is similar to the proportion of homosexual perpetrators in datasets
from large entities and put in question the current policy of utilizing
homosexuals as foster and adoptive parents


Two sides to every coin. You know, or should know, that statistics can
be manipulated many different ways. What percentage is this with
regards to ALL sexual attacks by adoptive or foster parent
perpetrators?
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Old July 16th 04, 11:49 AM
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"NOYB" wrote in message ...
"Gould 0738" wrote in message
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Bull****. If he's effeminate, then that's Mother Nature. If he ends up
liking other men, then that's a lifestyle *choice*.


Do you remember the day you "chose" between straight and gay?


You don't "choose" to be straight. Everybody is "straight" by default. You
choose the alternative. That's why homosexuality is also called an
"alternative lifestyle".


You are stupid beyond belief. Do you honestly think people choose to
be gay? Why would anyone choose to be gay? Do they like the
humiliation from dolts such as you? Do they like the stares and
whispers? Do they like the beatings by straight skinheads?
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Old July 16th 04, 02:29 PM
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On Thu, 15 Jul 2004 23:19:13 -0400, "NOYB" wrote:

http://f1.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/hoo...bum?.dir=/4f58


Beautiful boat Wayne. I always liked the lines of Grand Banks.


Thanks. They have a nice traditional appearance which is kind of
timeless, abeit with a little too much exterior wood. Draft at 5 feet
is something of an issue here in SWFL but I'm on a deep water canal
and our primary usage will be cruising elsewhere.

Did you notice a decrease in the water quality on the river today? I heard
they did another "big dump" from Lake O.


It's hard to say without testing. We have had some significant algae
blooms this summer however.

Fishing should suck for awhile again...and it's only a matter of time before
the red tide blooms. People at SW Florida Water Mgmt. District ought to be
hung.


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Old July 16th 04, 03:23 PM
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We do not have a clear idea of the functional significance of these structural
sex differences. Some of these structures, such as the interstitial nucleus of
the anterior hypothalamus, are located in an area of the brain known to play a
role in the regulation of reproductive behavior. Sex differences in the corpus
callosum and perhaps the anterior commissure could be related to
interhemispheric communication. In human beings, brain function is more
lateralized in males. However, even in laboratory animals, the specific
functions of the various sexually dimorphic nuclei are not clear.
Of considerable interest are 3 recent reports of a structural brain difference
between homosexual and apparently heterosexual men. One component of the
interstitial nucleus of the anterior hypothalamus is larger in heterosexual
men. In addition, the suprachiasmatic nucleus of homosexual men is larger than
that of either heterosexual


Read more at:
http://info.med.yale.edu/chldstdy/pl...t/March99.html


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Old July 16th 04, 03:29 PM
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Molestations by homosexual foster parents: newspaper accounts vs official
records.


Not so fast, Doc.

You're shifting gears from a cite war over whether or not a genetic basis for
homosexuality is BS to reports of anti-social behavior by some homosexuals.

Let me help you get back on track:



Published: Thursday, April 2, 1998
Research links inner ear and sexual preference

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Tara Tongco
Staff Reporter

A new discovery adds support to the theory that sexual orientation may be
predisposed before birth.

The auditory systems of homosexual women are different than those of
heterosexual women, according to a study done by Dennis McFadden and Edward
Pasanen, both of University of Texas at Austin.

The study was published March 3 in "The Proceedings of the National Academy of
Sciences."

McFadden, professor for experimental psychology, said they found the inner ears
of homosexual females have undergone "masculinization" caused by a prenatal
effect.

"Their auditory centers have been masculinized, and the presumption is that so
have the sites in the brain that direct sexual preference," he said

Previous research already has established that women have more sensitive
hearing than men, but UT research discovered that the inner ears of homosexual
women worked more like those of men, McFadden said.

"Normal inner ears make sounds under certain circumstances," he said, "and
these sounds are known as otoacoustic emissions or OAEs."

One type of OAE is an echo-like sound that the inner ear makes in response to a
clicking sound, McFadden said.

Microphones were put in ears to record the echoes, and the OAEs of the studied
61 homosexual and bisexual women were significantly weaker than the 57
heterosexual women also tested, McFadden said.

"This is the first evidence of physiological differences we know of in
homosexual/bisexual females and heterosexual females," he said. "But what we
have observed are group differences. It is not possible to tell individually by
looking at ears whether a woman is a lesbian."

The inner ear will serve as a window for prenatal developmental processes and
sexual differentiation, McFadden said.

"Research on the inner ear seems like a bizarre, weird thing to do, but it has
some history," McFadden said. "Studies have been done showing females who have
male twins have OAEs that are more masculine because the female fetus was
exposed to higher-than-normal level of testosterone from the male fetus in the
womb."

He said incidents of homosexuality are not higher in women having male twins
than in other women, but the earlier findings suggest homosexual women also may
have been exposed to higher levels of a testosterone-like substance during some
prenatal development stage.

"It's not enough to masculinize the body, but enough to partially masculinize
the brain and one of its primary sense organs — the inner ear," McFadden
said.

He said research is continuing.

"We're investigating other auditory measures to see if we get similar results,"
he said.

DeAnna Browne, English and journalism junior at Oklahoma State University, said
the research doesn't really matter to her.

"When I figured out I was gay, it didn't occur to me to dwell on what
biological or physical differences I had from straight people," Browne said.
"If (the research) is well backed up and proven, that's great, but it doesn't
matter why to me, it just matters that I am."

She said after she turned 19 or 20 years old she quit trying to find an answer
and accepted who she was.

"There are many factors in my life that could have contributed to my becoming
gay," Browne said. "I could dwell for hours on the factors, but there comes a
time when those factors become secondary to just living life."

Browne said most everyone has heard about the male gay gene, but there were
never any biological answers for lesbianism.

"If the research is correct, then lesbians consistently and constantly seeking
a reason for their homosexuality will have a base by which they can say, 'This
is why I'm gay,'" she said.

Cheryl Rice, history senior, said it took her 34 years to admit she was a
lesbian.

"I didn't want to admit it, because society said I was supposed to get married
to a man and have kids," Rice said. "When I finally did admit it, I felt so
relieved that I didn't even think about a reason why."

She said several people in her family are gay.

"I tend to believe that (homosexuality) is genetic," she said.


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Old July 16th 04, 03:40 PM
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"Gould 0738" wrote in message
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Tara Tongco
Staff Reporter

The auditory systems of homosexual women are different than those of
heterosexual women,


Does that mean that homosexual women will actually listen to a guy?

:-)


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Old July 16th 04, 03:51 PM
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LOL

Check this site:

http://religioustolerance.org/hom_fixe.htm

There we are, NOYB. You and I fairly accurately reflected in the chart
comparing
"most conservative" vs. "most liberal" views on homosexuality.

I find the following comments at this site rather revealing:

Most human sexuality researchers believe that one's orientation is fixed and
unchangeable. Exceptions are those specialists in human sexuality who are also
religious conservatives. Many of the latter are members of NARTH, a small
professional organization that promotes conservative religious beliefs about
homosexuality.

Imagine that! Some people apparently let a religious desire for certain results
influence the methodology of their research.

Also of interest, the description of the two groups holding the most
conservative, vs. the most liberal views.

Most Conservative:

The most conservative view,
typically promoted by the conservative religious groups, Christian, Jewish,
Muslim, Sikh, etc.


Most Liberal:

The most liberal view,
Typically followed by religious liberals, gays, lesbians, mental health
professionals and human sexuality researchers.

"Mental health professionals and human sexuality researchers"? What the heck
would they know about it, compared to a Mullah, a Rabbi, or a Fundamentalist
Preacher?

Don't know about you, but I usually head straight to the nearest chruch when I
need a science lesson. (not)
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Old July 16th 04, 03:55 PM
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Does that mean that homosexual women will actually listen to a guy?

:-)



Good one!

Did you know that one of the mercies of nature is that older men begin
developing an auditory nerve deafness that just happens to correspond with the
pitch range of the average female voice?

Hee haw! 'Course, the reverse is true as well, and women actually lose some
hearing in the lower registers more typically associated with male speech. :-)











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Old July 16th 04, 04:46 PM
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"Gould 0738" wrote in message

....women actually lose some
hearing in the lower registers more typically associated with male speech.

:-)


Shortly after our wedding, my wife seemed to develop a total hearing loss
*exactly* corresponding to the tonal characteristics of my voice. Otherwise
unaffected.

:-)




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