Skip to comments.'Maybe he's not gay' prompts homosexual backlash
Posted on 01/12/2014 7:46:12 PM PST by NetAddicted
Having suffered a major setback when Phil Robertson of Duck Dynasty got his job back, the gay lobby is now going for a softer target a pro-family activist in Ohio whose book, Maybe Hes Not Gay, undercuts their recruitment efforts among kids.
Author Linda Harvey, who runs a pro-family ministry called Mission America, seems to have emerged as more of a target than Phil Robertson.
Robertson was suspended then reinstated from the show after making comments critical of homosexuality, some of them based on biology and the facts of life, and others on Bible passages.
The Maybe Hes Not Gay book seeks to tell kids the truth about homosexual behavior, Harvey says. It explains in a conversational tone why no one is born homosexual, the health risks associated with the lifestyle and factors that may lead to same-sex attractions.
Harvey asserts that the homosexual movement is revolutionary and designed to overturn traditional cultural values. Its a revolution, both inside the minds and hearts of todays youth and in our culture, her book says.
In response, the pro-homosexual Huffington Post attacked the book as potentially dangerous because it suggests children dont have to engage in dangerous homosexual conduct and that parents can influence how their children turn out. The publication also claimed that Amazon had pulled the book in response to homosexual criticism.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
Has Amazon actually pulled the book? They even sell Mein Kampf on there for crying out loud. Then again... Bezos.
Huffington Post attacked the book as potentially dangerous because it suggests children dont have to engage in dangerous homosexual conduct and that parents can influence how their children turn out.
63 leftists, none of whom bought the book, have given in 1 star on Amazon, but it seems to be there. I think conservatives need to start thinking about keeping any psychotic libtards away from their children, no matter if its the mailman or your brother in law.
I understood it was a copyright permissions issue, not a matter of how Huffington carried outrageous and scandalous stuff.
This will never get the exposure that Duck Dynasty receives. I could ask anybody off the street regardless of which side they were on and they would know about Duck Dynasty. This author is not known at all.
Hey it’s a wet blanket on that stupid lust.
I checked Amazon yesterday, & they didn’t have it.
It would still have the same attacks.
Gee, they should have had a good old fashioned book burning instead...
Start with the teachers. Homos and pro-homos infest our colleges here in Idaho, and judging from young people I've talked with, the high schools, too. I don't have kids, but if I did, I would home school or somehow come up with the money for private school.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
In the article it states that she asked Amazon to pull the book because of the attacks by those who hadn’t even read the book. You can still purchase it through WND or her website. She plans to have it listed on Amazon in the future when the furor has died down.
>> The Maybe Hes Not Gay book
Is a miserable sodomite gay?
Just ordered my kindle copy from Amazon, so the rumors of it being pulled are, at best, incorrect. Looking forward to reviewing it on Amazon shortly, despite the obvious irrational hostility in the comments. What a war zone. Obvious Pavlovian conditioning.
Do these people know about Bill de Blasio’s wife? Is she dangerous?
Can you post a review here?
Nothing will get a person in trouble faster than telling the truth.
For sale at Amazon right here:
How about the gay gene?