For Immediate Release: October 20, 2012
Contact: Diane Gramley 1.814.271.9078 or 1.814.437.5355
DOJ Admits ‘Gay’ Domestic Violence More Prevalent
(Harrisburg) — Don’t expect to find this news in the main stream media, but even the US Department of Justice admits there is more domestic violence committed between same-sex partners than opposite sex partners. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA) again reiterates that it is more likely that a homosexual will be attacked by his or her same-sex partner than by someone who does not approve of their lifestyle choice.
“Homosexuals and their allies, like the Southern Poverty Law Center, portray organizations such as the AFA of PA as the ones causing violence against those who identify as homosexuals. It is highly unlikely that the individuals attacking their same-sex partners have any connection to the AFA of PA or any other pro-family organization,” commented Diane Gramley, president of the AFA of PA.
According to the American Bar Association, one survey found that same-sex cohabitants reported significantly more intimate partner violence than did opposite-sex cohabitants. Among women, 39.2% of the same-sex cohabitants and 21.7 of the opposite- sex cohabitants reported being raped, physically assaulted, and/or stalked by a marital/cohabiting partner at some time in their lifetime. 15.4% of same-sex cohabiting men reported being raped, physically assaulted and/or stalked by a male partner, but 10.8% reported such violence by a female partner.
The U.S. Department of Justice has found same-sex co-habitants reported significantly higher incidents of domestic violence than opposite-sex co-habitants. About 39.2 percent of women in lesbian relationships stated that they were abused, whereas only 21.7 percent of women reported incidents in male-female relationships. In same-sex male relationships, 23.1 percent reported domestic violence while 7.4 percent of heterosexual males involved in an intimate co-habitation came forward.
“Besides the medical dangers associated with engaging in sexual activity with someone of the same sex, these statistics reveal the dangers within the relationships themselves. This information is totally ignored by the media who would rather point their finger at those who hold strong beliefs opposing homosexuality as the perpetrators when it comes to violence against homosexuals and transgenders,” Gramley further stated.
Increasingly there are reports of homosexuals who stage a faked attack, call police and accuse “homophobes” of a hate crime. Here are a few examples:
Lincoln, Nebraska– The woman who told police she was the victim of a vicious hate crime in July was charged with making a false report.
Southern Colorado– Two Douglas County women are accused of painting an anti-gay slur on their own home and hanging a noose on their front door during a dispute with neighbors.
Missoula, Montana – A man claiming to be the victim of an anti-gay assault outside a bar may have actually caused his own injuries. New video obtained by the police supposedly shows the 22-year-old trying to do a backflip from a street curb and landing on his face.
Chapel Hill, NC – An alleged hate crime against a gay student on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus was false, officials found.
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