California Oak Galls can serve as a true metaphor for the infestation of human society by sodomite pseudo-marriage.
California Oak Galls can be really pretty looking when they’re green.
Young California Oak Galls Look Like Green Fruit
The prospect that the wasp might become endangered along with the oaks, is of no concern to the present generation of wasps.
Here the metaphor begins to lose focus. The wasp is an instinctively good parent, actively caring for its progeny. The oak tree is its prey, in a static sense.
Men who engage in sex with men, MSM, care for no one, least of all themselves. In The syndemic of AIDS and STDS among MSM, researcher Dale O’Leary reports that, beyond complete rejection of containment efforts against HIV/AIDs contagion, the sexual lifestyle subculture revels in HIV+ status.
Mrs. O’Leary writes at the end of the introduction to her One Man, One Woman: A Catholics Guide to Defending Marriage,
…before defenders of marriage and people of faith could address the political issues surrounding homosexuality, they had to repent: not for “hate” or unjust discrimination, but for failing to respond to the needs of this population. We hadn’t prayed for people with SSA. We hadn’t supported ministries that sought to help them. We hadn’t educated parents about how to prevent the problem. We had just closed our eyes, and now we were paying a terrible price for our sins of omission.
Persons struggling with SSA have a right to know that they are real men and real women called by God to live their masculinity and femininity to the fullest. They are like someone chained to a tree; cold, hungry, thirsty. How should we react? Should we bring them a blanket, food, and water? Or should we get a hack saw? I believe that the hack saw is the correct response. Freedom from their condition; not a false compassion that pretends they’re not in chains.
The capture of the former Western civilization by a tiny, destructive minority is sure sign that we have entered an end-stage in a disease process.
We owe our vulnerable children the right to grow up free and un-bent, just as we owe our un-born children the right to be born.
Therefore, know the truth about how sodomite pseudo-marriage harms innocent children, who have never hurt our same-sex-attracted brethren.
The most scientifically credible studies show that children of heterosexual parents fare better on numerous indicators of personal well-being than children of homosexual parents. Authored by Mark Regnerus, a sociology professor at the University of Texas at Austin, the study was published in the July 2012 issue of Social Science Research.
- Children of lesbian mothers are nearly 12 times (≅ 1200%) as likely to say they were sexually touched by a parent or adult as those raised in the homes of intact biological families. Asked if they had ever been raped, 31 percent of those raised by lesbian mothers and 25 percent of children raised by gay fathers answered yes, compared to 8 percent of those from intact biological homes.
- Twenty percent (20%) of those raised by lesbians and 25% of those raised by gay men reported having contracted a sexual transmitted infection, compared to 8% of those raised by their biological parents.
- Twelve percent (12%) of those with a lesbian mother and 24% of those with a gay father reported having recently contemplated suicide, compared to only 5% raised by an intact biological family or a single parent.
- Nineteen percent (19%) of those raised by a lesbian mother or gay father were currently or recently receiving psychotherapy, compared to 8% of those raised by their heterosexual parents.
- Twenty-eight percent (28%) of those of working age raised by a lesbian mother and 20% of those raised by a gay father reported being currently unemployed, compared to 8% raised by an intact biological family and 13% raised by a single parent.
Regnerus’ findings conflict with studies widely touted by homosexual activists which have claimed that children raised by homosexual parents fare as well or even better than their peers. Many of these studies, Regnerus points out, have relied on small, self-selected samples, parent rather than child reported outcomes, and have exhibited evidence of political bias.
Regnerus drew his data from the New Family Structures Study, a data collection project that drew from a large, random sample of American young adults. This study is one of the few that measures outcomes as reported by the children of homosexuals, rather than relying on an assessment by the homosexual parent.
A large-scale study by Douglas W. Allen, professor of economics at Simon Fraser University, has found that children in same-sex households were only 65 percent as likely to graduate from high school as those living in traditional opposite sex marriage families.