Friday, May 16, 2008

Analysis of Homos vs Heteros

 How do Homosexual Couples Compare to Heterosexual? An Analysis  from Lifesitenews Despite homosexuals' claim that their relationships last equally long as married heterosexuals, "research, however, indicates that male homosexual relationships last only a fraction of the length of most marriages."


  • While almost 58 percent of married heterosexuals were still married after 20 years, a survey of same-sex couples found that "only 15 percent describe their current relationship as having lasted twelve years or longer, with five percent lasting more than twenty years." Also, a Netherlands study related that the 'duration of steady partnerships' was typically no more than 1.5 years.


  • Married heterosexuals consistently reported that men remained faithful at least 75 percent of the time, and women at least 85 percent of the time. On the other hand, research revealed that it was not uncommon for "the average male homosexual" to have "hundreds of sex partners in his lifetime." Also, a Dutch study found that "men with a steady partner had an average of eight sexual partners per year."

  • "extremely low rate of sexual fidelity among homosexual men dramatically contrasts with the high rate of fidelity among married heterosexuals."
The California Supreme Court has turned the usurped the Founding Fathers' concept of a Representative Republic on its head.  The Electorate of California had voted 61% to 39% aganist Homosexual Marriage in 2000, but the Judicial Lords of the land have ignored the will of the majority.  Beginning in 2000 Twenty states had considered such ballot measures, and 20 states had approved them, all by wide margins. The gay marriage bans were passed with an average of 71 percent approval.

The California Justices struck down the state's 1977 one-man, one-woman marriage law, as well as a similar, voter-approved law that passed with 61 percent in 2000.
For Homosexuals a win that few will exercise and for civilized society a loss.  The Founding Fathers would not be happy if they were here. 


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