What Is Blogging For Truth?

For over 30 years there have been organizations dedicated to spreading lies and false studies about our lives, our loves and our persons.

It's time to stop listening to and believing them.

Let's tell the world our truths and stand up to speak for ourselves instead.

Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one's definition of your life; define yourself. ~Harvey Fierstein


How to really protect your children from sexual abuse....

It is a dangerous lie to say that gays overwhelmingly sexually abuse children, it is dangerous because it could lead a parent to believe that in order to protect their children from sexual abuse is to just keep them away from gay people. Approximately 35% of ALL Americans, male and female have suffered directly, as victims, from this heart-breaking crime. It affects not only the victim but the families of the victims, it affects the victims future marriages, future children and entire lives. This is an issue that needs to be addressed in this country with complete honesty and openness and IT CAN NO LONGER BE USED AS A PLOY BY THE ANTI GAY INDUSTRY TO ADVANCE THEIR AGENDA. Too many lives are at stake.

Pedophiles and sexual abusers of children, are adults who prefer to have sex with children. Much of the time they do no care if the child is male or female, they only care if their victim is a child. The child is chosen by the predator mostly based on opportunity to commit the act with out disruption or chance of being caught.

The perpetrators of child sexual abuse are overwhelmingly men; very few women are offenders. The abuser is usually a member of the child's family or someone known by the family. Pedophiles, men who have a complete sexual preference for children, constitute 1% of the adult male population but each pedophile will abuse an average of 122 children in their lifetime. Pedophiles are quite distinct from adult gay men and adult heterosexual men who prefer adult sexual partners. Studies have shown no correlation between a man's sexual orientation and a tendency to sexually abuse children

Homosexual pedophiles are considered a perversion of the normal homosexual man in the same way that heterosexual pedophiles are also a perversion. They are first and foremost pedophiles. Heterosexual men are twice as likely to sexually abuse children as homosexual men are. There is solid evidence that over 92% of child abuse cases, including same gender sexual abuse, are perpetrated by heterosexuals. Again, abusers prefer children, and it is opportunity in most cases that determines the sex of the child. For example, the pedophile priests had more opportunity to spend time alone with boys than with girls. Pedophiles seek out positions where they will have contact with children.

The number of reported child abuse cases have increased over the past ten years. It is crucial that we address the issue of child sexual abuse objectively and recognize that this abuse is occurring behind to many closed doors in so-called traditional family homes, it is in all churches not just the Catholic Church, it is in many homes and organizations.

If you really want to protect your kids from Sexual Abuse, I suggest you either buy or check out the new book by Robin Sax. It is the first book to be awarded the Amber Alert Book of the Year Award:


What Every Parent Needs to Know to Keep Kids Safe
A Sex Crimes DA Answers 100 of the Most Asked Questions
By Robin Sax

This book answers every question you ever thought of about how to protect your kids and many you never thought to ask. Instead of using scare tactics, Ms. Sax offers balanced, practical advice in techniques and strategies that will actually work in the real world. - Heather Steele

“There are certain things that are fundamental to human fulfillment. The essence of these needs is captured in the phrase 'to live, to love, to learn, to leave a legacy'. The need to live is our physical need for such things as food, clothing, shelter, economical well-being, health. The need to love is our social need to relate to other people, to belong, to love and to be loved. The need to learn is our mental need to develop and to grow. And the need to leave a legacy is our spiritual need to have a sense of meaning, purpose, personal congruence, and contribution." -- Steven R. Covey

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