FACTS AND STATISTICS ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY AND THE GAY CULTURE THAT
MAINSTREAM MEDIA WONT TELL YOU, COMPILED INTO ONE NEAT LITTLE
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EMOTIONAL, MENTAL HEALTH
A. Depression, Anxiety, and 'Social Stigma'
I. "The authors of the study done in The Netherlands were surprised to find so much mental illness
in homosexual people in a country where tolerance of homosexuality is greater than in
almost all other countries.) his comparison of mental health in the
Netherlands, Denmark and the us, Dr. M. W. Ross could find no significant differences between
countries - Le. the greater social hostility in the United States did not result in a higher level of
II. In leu of this: Research also has found that, compared to other men, MSM (men who have sex
with other men) are at increased risk of: Major depression during adolescence and adult
hood; Bipolar disorder. and Generalized anxiety disorder during adolescence and adult
B. Substance & Alcohol Abuse
I. MSM are also at greater risk for other health threats that often occur in conjunction with mental
health problems (Len ). These include greater use of illegal drugs and a greater
risk for suicide. For example, MSM are more likely than other men to have attempted suicide
and to have successfully completed a suicide attempt. l'
ll. "Psychiatric disorders were more prevalent among homosexually active people compared with
heterosexually active people. Homosexual men had as higher prevalence of mood dis
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Note: this is not an attack on gay people or homosexuality outright, but merely a foray into making truths known that they refuse to publish.
HOMOSEXUALITY & ,
A. Sexually Transmitted Diseases
L Despite being an estimated " of the American population", homosexuals constitute: 63% of pri
may and secondary syphilis cases in the United Statism, being 17 times more likely to develop
anal cancer than heterosexual menu“.
II. A 2010 CDC data analysis underscores the disproportionate impact of HIV and syphilis among
gay and bisexual men in the United States. The data, presented at CDC' s 2010 National STD Pre
venting Conference, found that the rate of new HIV diagnosis among men who have sex with
men (MSM) is more than " times that of other men and more than 40 times that of
Even though nearly 11 million people in America are directly affected by cancer, compared to
slightly more than of a million with AIDS, 39 AIDS spending per patient is more
than seven times that for cancerfag federal spending for AIDS research in 2001 was
247, 000, 000, while the spending for cancer research was not even double that at
376, 400, “ l. New U. S. HIV cases cost roughly billion in year, or about , 900 per
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I. ", as major Canadian centre, life expectancy at age 20 years for gay and bisexual men is 8 to 20
years less than for all men. Atthe some pattern of mortality were to continue, we estimate that
nearly half of gay and bisexual men currently aged 20 years will not reach their 65th birthday.
Under even the most liberal assumptions, gay and bisexual men in this urban centre are now we
riesling a life expectancy similar to that experienced by all men in Canada in the year 1871." MI