Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Homophobic? Are you gay

Here's an excerpt from a New York Times article authored by Richard M. Ryan, professor of psychology, psychiatry and education at the University of Rochester and William S. Ryan, a doctoral student in psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara:

WHY are political and religious figures who campaign against gay rights so often implicated in sexual encounters with same-sex partners?

In recent years, Ted Haggard, an evangelical leader who preached that homosexuality was a sin, resigned after a scandal involving a former male prostitute; Larry Craig, a United States senator who opposed including sexual orientation in hate-crime legislation, was arrested on suspicion of lewd conduct in a men’s bathroom; and Glenn Murphy Jr., a leader of the Young Republican National Convention and an opponent of same-sex marriage, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge after being accused of sexually assaulting another man.

One theory is that homosexual urges, when repressed out of shame or fear, can be expressed as homophobia.

Freud famously called this process a “reaction formation” — the angry battle against the outward symbol of feelings that are inwardly being stifled. Even Mr. Haggard seemed to endorse this idea when, apologizing after his scandal for his anti-gay rhetoric, he said, “I think I was partially so vehement because of my own war.”

It’s a compelling theory — and now there is scientific reason to believe it. In this month’s issue of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, we and our fellow researchers provide empirical evidence that homophobia can result, at least in part, from the suppression of same-sex desire.

Read more here.

Our diet maybe causing homosexuality

Dr. Edna Lao practices both the conventional and integrative medicine. She has exhibited a high success rate for treating cancer the holistic way.

In one of her talks, she mentioned that excessive sugar in our diet might promote homosexuality.  She attributes it to estradiol, the most potent form of naturally occurring estrogen.  Sugar increases estradiol in men.

Whereas, Andry Lim, the country’s guru of Natural Farming, raises the red flag on eating too much conventionally-raised chickens.  

He claims that chickens are normally grown for 60 days.  However, to sell more, farms grow chickens today in 45 and even 30 days.  To expedite the growth, chickens are fed with antibiotics and injected with at least 7 vaccines in 30 days. 

And to make their flesh tender, they are injected with estrogen.  And Andry Lim asserts this is one of the reasons why there's a higher incidence of homosexuals among our male youths in this generation than in the past, as well as incidences of some girls these days who get their period as early as 8 years old.  

The solution:  Cut down on sugar and consume more native or free range chickens and their eggs.

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