LaBarbera: Obama 'Gays Down' Fatherhood with Pro-Homosexual Father's Day Proclamation
June 22, 2010
MEDIA ADVISORY, (christiansunite.com) -- Americans For Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) President Peter LaBarbera today condemned President Barack Obama for "gaying down" the noble institution of fatherhood by extolling "nurturing families" with "two fathers" in his Father's Day proclamation.
Nurturing families come in many forms, and children may be raised by a father and mother, a single father, two fathers, a step father, a grandfather, or caring guardian.
"If an adult man chooses to embrace homosexuality, that's one thing. But two men imposing their homosexual lifestyle on an innocent, impressionable child -- thus intentionally denying that child a mother -- is something quite different. Shame on Obama for 'gaying down' the noble institution of fatherhood to appease his homosexual activist supporters."
Obama is the most pro-homosexual-agenda president in American history, and is currently working to subvert both the legal ban on open homosexuals serving in the military, and the Defense of Marriage Act, which affirms traditional marriage in federal law.
"Who can deny the notorious promiscuity that is rampant in the gay male subculture - and which often continues even after two homosexual men adopt a child," LaBarbera said. "Witness gay parenting's poster-boy, Dan Savage, a sex-advice columnist and author of The Kid: What Happened When My Boyfriend And I Decided to Go Get Pregnant. Savage promotes 'non-monogamy' as an alternative to marital fidelity -- and admits that he his 'husband' twice engaged in sexual 'three-ways' even after they adopted a baby boy. (One wonders who babysat 'the kid' during their homosexual sex romp.)"
Such is the extent of tolerated outside sex in male homosexual relationships that their "negotiated" rules for "nonexclusivity" are studied by academics. "The gay community's normative acceptance of casual sex, anonymous sex and nonmonogamy in couple relationships represents a dramatic departure from heterocentric norms and values," wrote researchers Johnson and Keren in 1996.
"As a gay therapist who has seen hundreds of male couples in a vast range of unconventional, loving, and sustaining relationship configurations -- including monogamy, nonmonogamy, three-partner relationships and more -- I have grown to respect the fluidity and customized relationship forms that can work well for gay men (and potentially for all people)," wrote homosexual therapist Michael Shernoff in 2006.
But even if two homosexual men keep their disordered relationship "faithful," homosexual parenting would not be worthy of celebration, LaBarbera said: "It is wrong to force children into a situation where they have two men modeling immoral behavior -- condemned by God and all major religions -- as the most important role models in their lives."
"Gay parenting is a selfish social experiment whose long-term effect on children has not yet been determined -- biased homosexual-authored studies notwithstanding," he said. "We know that dad-and-mom-led homes are the best for children. That is the timeless brand of fatherhood that Obama should be promoting."