Homosexuals Make up Less Than 2% of Adult Population – and they vow to redefine America
(Harrisburg) Today the Williams Institute, which ‘advances sexual orientation law and public policy,’ released a study proclaiming that 1.7 percent of the nation’s adult population identify as ‘gay or lesbian,’ 1.8% are bisexual and about 700,000 identify as transgender. The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), a statewide pro-family group, notes that this continues the trend of homosexual advocacy groups backing away from the Alfred Kinsey claim that homosexuals make up 10 percent of the US population. The percentage also emphasizes the effort of a miniscule number of adult Americas to redefine marriage, family and our views on homosexuality. The AFA of PA is providing this and additional information to municipalities which are considering so-called “anti-discrimination” ordinances including Springfield and Abington Townships and the Borough of Conshohocken in Montgomery County, as well as Radnor Township in Delaware County.
“In the 1940’s Alfred Kinsey’s so-called studies claimed that 10% of the US population was homosexual. He failed to note that the majority of those involved in his studies were inmates. Even though we see homosexual groups continue to downplay the 10% lie, that myth continues to be used by some on the local level to advance homosexual special rights ordinances which pose public health risks,” remarked Diane Gramley, President of the AFA of PA.
Additionally, Gramley noted that of the men totaled in the 1.7 percent of homosexuals and 1.8 percent of bisexuals one in five of those have HIV and half of those are not aware of the infection. According to the Centers for Disease Control men who have sex with men account for 53 percent of all new HIV infections in the U.S. each year, as well as 48 percent of people living with HIV.
The majority of Americans recognizes homosexuality as a bad lifestyle choice and does not want marriage and family redefined. They also recognize that homosexual special rights ordinances are not necessary in their local municipality or state because the rampant discrimination claimed by homosexuals and transgenders does not exist. These efforts are recognized for exactly what they are – an effort to force all Americans to accept these unnatural lifestyles as normal and healthy.
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