Last month, Kyle noted that Jennifer Roback Morse of the Ruth Institute had come to the defense of anti-LGBTQ activist Brian Camenker and his book, “The Health Hazards of Homosexuality,” which Camenker had advertised heavily at the recent Values Voter Summit.
This morning, Morse circulated her defense of Camenker in an email to supporters with the subject line, “Attention! Refugees from the Gay Life-style, their friends and family.” She wrote:
Have you ever heard the term, “Refugees from the Gay Life-style?” No? That’s because we invented it to describe the people who have in the past experienced same sex attraction or lived the gay life-style.
Talk about a marginalized, under-served group of people. Also, brave. For supposedly not existing, they sure take a lot of flak.
My friends who have walked away from a same sex lifestyle are among the holiest people I’ve known.
A flyer promoting a book called “The Health Hazards of Homosexuality” was in the Welcome Bag at the Values Voters Summit in DC. Donald Trump spoke at that event. The Left-Wing press went bonkers: as if the President checked the Welcome Bag before he agreed to speak!
None of the flurry of articles on this “scandal” said a word to refute the main premise of the book. Homosexual activity is hazardous to your health. I wrote an article about this Tempest in a Teapot. Find it below.
If you have loved ones involved in the gay lifestyle, please do take a look at the article.
The Ruth Institute, which now bills itself as “inspiring the survivors of the sexual revolution,” was run out of the National Organization for Marriage until it became independent in 2013.