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December 15, 2015
Inconvenient Truths About Homosexuality
The CDC has released its "National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey" for 2015. As LifeSiteNews reports, it found "that homosexuals disproportionately suffer violence, and inflict violence on one another."
The rates at which homosexuals experience sexual violence are much higher than rates for heterosexual men and women. Here are some statistics, courtesy of LifeSiteNews:
Twenty-six percent of homosexual men and 37% of bisexual men experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner.
Forty-four percent of lesbians and 61% of bisexual women experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.
Another significant finding by the Centers for Disease Control report is that for many homosexual transgenders and bisexual women, sexual violence started in childhood.
Not surprisingly, the Human Rights Campaign, the country's most prominent gay activist group, blames the violence on "poverty, stigma, and marginalization."
Also not surprisingly, the survey isn't getting much coverage by the media. Reporting negative aspects of the homosexual lifestyle—even when the facts come from the CDC—just isn't cool.
You can read about the CDC survey here.
Unlike most of the media, Salvo isn't afraid of covering politically incorrect topics such as this.
And for some more inconvenient truths from the CDC: Germs of Promiscuity—Sexually Transmitted Infections
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