UNITED KINGDOM – The UK medical journal BMC Psychiatry found that the risk of suicide jumped over 200% if an individual engages in a homosexual lifestyle, supporting U.S. studies showing the severe physical and psychological risks associated with homosexual behavior.
Researchers Drs. Paul and Kirk Cameron of the Catholic Medical Association said statistics show the lifespan of homosexuals is on average 24 years shorter than heterosexuals.
As a health threat, even smoking pales in comparison, as studies show smoking shortens life by an average of only 1 to 7 years.
Research shows tolerance of homosexuality, or lack of it, has no influence on homosexual health.
In the United States and Denmark – the latter of which is acknowledged to be highly tolerant of the illness, homosexuals die on an average in their early 50’s, or on the average in their 40’s if they have AIDS. The average age for all residents in either country ranges from the mid-to-upper-70s.
According to psychiatrist Dr. Rick Fitzgibbons, a member of the Catholic Medical Association, there is evidence homosexuality is a psychological disorder accompanied by such mental health problems as “major depression, suicidal ideation and attempts, anxiety disorders, substance abuse, conduct disorder, low self-esteem in males and sexual promiscuity with an inability to maintain committed relationships.”
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“Michelle Bachmann should be praised for her courageous dedication to providing relief from the nightmare illness of homosexuality, just as she should be praised for her stand against the forced use of Gardasil.”
Renowned homeopath Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj should be given the Nobel Prize for his work in curing it.
If we have true compassion for our homosexual children, parents, cousins, brothers and sisters, then the homeopathic treatment of people with homosexuality should be made mandatory.
John Benneth, Homeopath
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