Not at all, only when it is related to research related to their own orientation. A clear conflict of interest that has proven to be biased.
Another example would be two lesbian researchers doing research on lesbian family studies. We all know where that led...
I didn't base the criticism on my opinion or the orientation.<quoted text>Humm, if a heterosexual then does reaserach on hetersexuals, its a clear conflict of interest that has proven to be biased.
In the case of Boswell, other historians discredited his work, which exposed his gay bias.
In the case of lesbian family studies, again, the methodology was extremely unscientific. So much so that even an article in Slate magazine noted the poor quality. In the most notable case, the lesbian researchers made the claim that lesbian couples made better parents than natural parents. It is why I require any family studies to include the methodology.
The question I never get answered is this; Why is this deception necessary for a legitimate cause??? Or, why is the denial of basic anatomy, evolution and scientific facts necessary to justify a legitimate cause???
Maybe you have a real answer?