Advocates argue the meaning and quality of studies depending on whether the study supports their viewpoint. FRC has a history of cherry picking, for example.
With a ratio of heterosexual to homosexual pedophiles around 11:1 (NIH number), I'm disturbed by the obsession here and elsewhere with stories of men molesting boys and the comparative silence on men molesting girls or the sick perversion that illicits an "attaboy" reaction in stories where women have molested boys.
If heterosexuals are so unlikely to molest in your view, do you let strange men have access to your daughters or do you have less concern because you already guard against that possibility? Then again, studies show molesters are more likely to be known, even related, to the victim rather than total strangers but that doesn't seem to be your concern.
You see, in my view, we owe it to ourselves and our progeny to be aware of risks generally not obsessively myopic.
What do you say should be done with homosexuals? I doubt you'd trust an "ex-gay" with your grandchildren.