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A yearbook at a high school in NY listed a couple as the “cutest” couple.  This couple was not a normal one, but a homosexual one.


Two boys, Brad Taylor and Dylan Meehan are photographed embracing in the yearbook.  The photo has gone “viral” according to some sites.  Some are applauding this as a sign that “progress” is taking place.


In my opinion, this is a disturbing trend.  People are not being taught the dangers of the homosexuality subculture.  Homosexuality used to be a mental illness according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders or DSM.  It wasn’t until the 1970’s-1980’s that it was removed after politicking took place.


Not enough research was done regarding homosexuality and whether or not it is truly a mental illness.  One of the signs of a mental disorder is anti-social behavior.  This is not the anti-social word you may be thinking of.  Anti-social behavior means disobeying the norms of society.  In other words,  homosexuals were not seen as a threat to society as a typical psychopath.  Because of this, homosexual was slowly weened off the list as being part of “normal” human behavior.


Unfortunately, this was a time where psychology was still developing.  Cognitive psychology was relatively new and in its infancy. Genetics research was not even as advanced as today.  Research in genetics shows that there is no homosexual gene.  This was not known over 30 years ago.  Homosexuality was quickly removed and no thought given to its origins thereafter.  We are left asking questions and demanding evidence, and to these we receive replies such as, “you’re a homophobe,” “we are normal.”


Today, homosexuals have the highest rates of mental illness.  Some say this is because of gay bullying; however, African Americans have been bullied since the foundation of America and their rates of mental illness do not even come close to those of homosexuals.  Obviously, bullying or other forms of harassment is not the cause.  There is something deeper.


The approval of this homosexual couple is disturbing in that this abnormal behavior is given the stamp of approval, if you will.  Biologically speaking, a homosexual couple is not compatible.  That is the first area we should focus on when questioning the validity of homosexual relationships.  Naturally speaking, they serve no purpose other than to appease sexual desires.


Our clergy must speak out against this in the pulpit and educate our people.  Their silence can be interpreted as an approval of homosexuality.  This is why parents are not working hard enough to prevent their children from falling into this deviant behavior.


















  1. Jonas says:

    Why do you care so much about this? Note that, the solution for your failure in relationships and low self-steem is not in the outside world, but within yourself. If you call yourself so religious, why do you cultivate hate against other people? God is the totally the opposite of it my friend. God is love.

    • Sacerdotus says:

      What failure in relationships? What are you writing about? Do you realize how stupid you appear in making such statements? Any sane person would care about this perversion of love and sexuality. God is love but He supports solely the way He defined it: male and female. True love produces life. Same Sex union cannot procreate. This is not God’s love.

  2. MyName says:

    “Today, homosexuals have the highest rates of mental illness.”
    There is not a single way of viewing this – scientifically, religiously or any other – that would legitimite such a sentence. It appears as hate, it comes from fear.

    Hopefully one day you lose your fear and insecurities and learn to accept either scientific facts (not a single study has proven that) or love of jesus for everyone.

    By the way: Who said that your oppinion does not indicate some mental illness? I would suggest getting this checked.

  3. Alleson says:

    This is ridiculous. You’re using the picture and accomplishments of two very happy people to shoot them down, to bring hate towards them. What happened to God telling you to love everybody? What happened to acceptance? God loves everyone. If he didn’t love homosexuality, he wouldn’t have created people to be homosexual. You do realise that it is articles like this that drive so many people away from Christianity.

    Also, yes, the main reason for high mental illness rates in the LGBT community is bullying and low tolerance. If you were taunted, beaten, and told to kill yourself every day, wouldn’t you be depressed? The depression stems from ignorant people saying things such as, “You’re disturbing,” and “That’s disgusting,” and “That’s not right.” All they want is to be happy.

    On to your point of “their only purpose is to appease sexual desires.” Their purpose? As in the purpose of the people or the purpose of being homosexual? The purpose of the person is like anyone else. Being homosexual? The purpose, well, is there any? No. Yes, the “purpose” of being straight is to produce children. But I don’t see you hating on the infertile couples or the straight couples who choose not to have children. The world is overpopulated as it is. And you know who makes wonderful parents for orphans left on the street by unaccepting biological parents? Gay couples.

    You also chose to say, “the dangers of homosexual subculture.” How, in any way, is homosexuality dangerous? It affects you none. A gay couple will do nothing to you, yet you bash them, hate on them, make them feel worthless for being happy.

    You disgust me. If you ever have the audacity to post some ignorant article like this again, do not- and I repeat, DO NOT- use a gay couple to start out the article and then proceed to say why it’s wrong. If you still have the desire to hate, specific people should not be used. Ever.

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