A Significant Victory Against Mark Re...

A Significant Victory Against Mark Regnerus

There are 22 comments on the lezgetreal.com story from Sep 23, 2013, titled A Significant Victory Against Mark Regnerus . In it, lezgetreal.com reports that:

A major professional news organization determines that Mark Regnerus absolutely must not be described as a researcher of children of LGBT parents.

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Since: Aug 11

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#1 Sep 23, 2013
Regnerus is an embarrassment to the academic community.

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#2 Sep 23, 2013
If anybody actually does the research, they will find that Regnerus points out the obvious sampling error of his so called study. What this means is his work was nothing more than anti-gay propaganda for which he received grant money.

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#3 Sep 23, 2013
I can already hear the wailing of the conspiracy theorists about the censorship of truth-tellers. . .
Neil An Blowme

Hoboken, NJ

#4 Sep 23, 2013
Goody goody!

I'm looking forward to seeing all of them stripped of their credentials. There are consequences for lying.
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#5 Sep 23, 2013
When religious people feel compelled to tell lies to get their way politically; they seriously compromise the credibility of religion

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Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#6 Sep 23, 2013
Rainbow Kid wrote:
When religious people feel compelled to tell lies to get their way politically; they seriously compromise the credibility of religion
Given that so many religions are based on utterly incredible stories to begin with, how is that a problem?
Chance

Grove City, PA

#7 Sep 23, 2013
Nothing like making claims for a study that the researcher didn't claim himself, then shooting him down for not proving what he never claimed he proved. This is character assassination of the worst kind.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#8 Sep 23, 2013
Chance wrote:
Nothing like making claims for a study that the researcher didn't claim himself, then shooting him down for not proving what he never claimed he proved. This is character assassination of the worst kind.
Nothing like making claims that a certain person was going to boycott any gay friendly companies, yet, here he is, fingers lovingly caressing his gay friendly computer keyboard like a long time lover feeling up his husband!

Why are you such a HYPOCRITE? Why do you NOT back your empty useless words with actions? Oh, right, your high and mighty morals ONLY kick in when it is NOT inconvenient. If you need a product, you are the most gay friendly guy on Topix.

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#9 Sep 23, 2013
Rainbow Kid wrote:
When religious people feel compelled to tell lies to get their way politically; they seriously compromise the credibility of religion
They're just following in the well-tread footsteps of their founder, Saul of Tarsus.

Since: Mar 09

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#10 Sep 23, 2013
All this Regnerus counter-data needs to be well packaged and fed to the news media, along with info on how it's being used here and around the world to harm gay people.

A well designed packet might get an investigative reporter at "The New Yorker" interested.

His BS is working it's way up the ladder to rank with "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion" in it's negative and harmful effects upon an entire people.

Since: Mar 11

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#11 Sep 23, 2013
fr Neil An Blowme:

>I'm looking forward to seeing all of them stripped of their credentials. There are consequences for lying.<

Me too. We'll add in "rev" scott lively, "rev" patty robber$on, tony perkins, fred phelps and his daughter shirley, "dr" paul cameron, and maggie whatever her name is. She's another shill for the right-wing who can't stand GLBTQI people.
Chance

Grove City, PA

#12 Sep 23, 2013
Curteese wrote:
<quoted text>Nothing like making claims that a certain person was going to boycott any gay friendly companies, yet, here he is, fingers lovingly caressing his gay friendly computer keyboard like a long time lover feeling up his husband!
Why are you such a HYPOCRITE? Why do you NOT back your empty useless words with actions? Oh, right, your high and mighty morals ONLY kick in when it is NOT inconvenient. If you need a product, you are the most gay friendly guy on Topix.
I have come to realize that corporations have been coerced into supporting the gay agenda by the shady tactics of the HRC. Some are doing what they have to do to avoid the lawsuits and trumped up bad publicity they get if they aren't forking over the money for gay activism. The ones I still boycott are the ones that go way beyond what the HRC forces them to do like Homo Depot. The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays. I still try to support those businesses that stand up for what they believe is right, but I'm more understanding of the others since I learned about the HRC. After all, those corporations are doing what they must to stay in business and keep people employed. It is revolting that they must do what the HRC says and pay out big bucks to support gay rights. We all pay for that in the form of higher prices. Thanks a lot, gays. Just one more way life is not better for the rest of us these days due to the 3% of the population that are holding sway over the rest of us.

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Since: Dec 08

El Paso, TX

#13 Sep 23, 2013
Chance wrote:
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I have come to realize that corporations have been coerced into supporting the gay agenda by the shady tactics of the HRC. Some are doing what they have to do to avoid the lawsuits and trumped up bad publicity they get if they aren't forking over the money for gay activism. The ones I still boycott are the ones that go way beyond what the HRC forces them to do like Homo Depot. The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays. I still try to support those businesses that stand up for what they believe is right, but I'm more understanding of the others since I learned about the HRC. After all, those corporations are doing what they must to stay in business and keep people employed. It is revolting that they must do what the HRC says and pay out big bucks to support gay rights. We all pay for that in the form of higher prices. Thanks a lot, gays. Just one more way life is not better for the rest of us these days due to the 3% of the population that are holding sway over the rest of us.
Your life must be just miserable, walking around with your head up your butt 24/7/365.
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#15 Sep 23, 2013
Chance wrote:
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I have come to realize that corporations have been coerced into supporting the gay agenda by the shady tactics of the HRC. Some are doing what they have to do to avoid the lawsuits and trumped up bad publicity they get if they aren't forking over the money for gay activism. The ones I still boycott are the ones that go way beyond what the HRC forces them to do like Homo Depot. The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays. I still try to support those businesses that stand up for what they believe is right, but I'm more understanding of the others since I learned about the HRC. After all, those corporations are doing what they must to stay in business and keep people employed. It is revolting that they must do what the HRC says and pay out big bucks to support gay rights. We all pay for that in the form of higher prices. Thanks a lot, gays. Just one more way life is not better for the rest of us these days due to the 3% of the population that are holding sway over the rest of us.
That's right sugar
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Gays lead and the World follows
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-54_DrYDb1b4/TjwBKaj...
Neil An Blowme

Hoboken, NJ

#16 Sep 23, 2013
Chance wrote:
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I have come to realize that corporations have been coerced into supporting the gay agenda by the shady tactics of the HRC. Some are doing what they have to do to avoid the lawsuits and trumped up bad publicity they get if they aren't forking over the money for gay activism. The ones I still boycott are the ones that go way beyond what the HRC forces them to do like Homo Depot. The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays. I still try to support those businesses that stand up for what they believe is right, but I'm more understanding of the others since I learned about the HRC. After all, those corporations are doing what they must to stay in business and keep people employed. It is revolting that they must do what the HRC says and pay out big bucks to support gay rights. We all pay for that in the form of higher prices. Thanks a lot, gays. Just one more way life is not better for the rest of us these days due to the 3% of the population that are holding sway over the rest of us.
Oh puh-leez. What a steaming hot pile of horseshit. And you can't prove one word of it because it's all lies. Your desperation shows when you resort to telling OBVIOUS lies to make your point.
Neil An Blowme

Hoboken, NJ

#17 Sep 23, 2013
Pattysboi wrote:
fr Neil An Blowme:
>I'm looking forward to seeing all of them stripped of their credentials. There are consequences for lying.<
Me too. We'll add in "rev" scott lively, "rev" patty robber$on, tony perkins, fred phelps and his daughter shirley, "dr" paul cameron, and maggie whatever her name is. She's another shill for the right-wing who can't stand GLBTQI people.
Just think of all the bad karma they have attracted......

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#18 Sep 23, 2013
Chance wrote:
Nothing like making claims for a study that the researcher didn't claim himself, then shooting him down for not proving what he never claimed he proved. This is character assassination of the worst kind.
Do you ever worry that you might be held accountable some day for all the lying you do?

“Together for 24, legal for 5”

Since: Sep 07

Littleton, NH

#19 Sep 23, 2013
Chance wrote:
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I have come to realize that corporations have been coerced into supporting the gay agenda by the shady tactics of the HRC. Some are doing what they have to do to avoid the lawsuits and trumped up bad publicity they get if they aren't forking over the money for gay activism. The ones I still boycott are the ones that go way beyond what the HRC forces them to do like Homo Depot. The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays. I still try to support those businesses that stand up for what they believe is right, but I'm more understanding of the others since I learned about the HRC. After all, those corporations are doing what they must to stay in business and keep people employed. It is revolting that they must do what the HRC says and pay out big bucks to support gay rights. We all pay for that in the form of higher prices. Thanks a lot, gays. Just one more way life is not better for the rest of us these days due to the 3% of the population that are holding sway over the rest of us.
Gay power! Gay power! Gay power!

Ahhhh! If only it were real. It's too bad those evangelicals with all their megachurches, Christian universities, dedicated networks of lawyers, and tens of millions of followers can't figure out how to influence anyone.

I'll give you a hint, though: Stop making it so obvious that you're always lying and conniving. Then maybe people will stop turning away.

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#20 Sep 23, 2013
fr Chance:

>...The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays...<

The shops that have been RIGHTFULLY cited as discriminating against GLBT's are NOT "victims" of anyone, except their own prudishness. They can bake cakes using Betty Crocker cake mix anytime they want, for their families or little Johnny's birthday party, but they made their bed, now they have to lay in it.

“Luke laughs at hypocrites!”

Since: Sep 10

Palm Springs, California

#21 Sep 24, 2013
Chance wrote:
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I have come to realize that corporations have been coerced into supporting the gay agenda by the shady tactics of the HRC. Some are doing what they have to do to avoid the lawsuits and trumped up bad publicity they get if they aren't forking over the money for gay activism. The ones I still boycott are the ones that go way beyond what the HRC forces them to do like Homo Depot. The rest I see as victims of homosexuals just like the bakers and florists that have been put through the wringer by gays. I still try to support those businesses that stand up for what they believe is right, but I'm more understanding of the others since I learned about the HRC. After all, those corporations are doing what they must to stay in business and keep people employed. It is revolting that they must do what the HRC says and pay out big bucks to support gay rights. We all pay for that in the form of higher prices. Thanks a lot, gays. Just one more way life is not better for the rest of us these days due to the 3% of the population that are holding sway over the rest of us.
Boo hoo hoo. You are still avoiding the obvious. All the airlines are gay friendly, so no air travel for you. The railroads,shipping lines, even freaking GREYHOUND buses are gay friendly to their employees.

All the major store chains, Macy's, Penney's, Sears, Target, even lately WALMART are all supportive of their gay employees.

The major super markets, Kroger, Safeway, Albertson's, all those are gay supportive. We know Betty Crocker and all her spin off companies are on board with gay rights.

All the car companies are supportive of gay employees.

Many of the big insurance companies, stock brokers, real estate companies, the utilities like Southern California Gas, and Southern California Electric and I am sure the ones in your state are gay supportive.

Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, all the major banks are gay supportive, highly so.

The entire United States Armed forces are on board. DOM is dead as Cesar. Many states are on board with gay marriage and the others are hopping on board day by day.

So, unless you walk every where, make your own clothes, grow your own food, keep your money in a sack or under your pillow, rely on candles and a fireplace, you are pretty much OUT of luck with your intolerance and cute little boycotts.

The genie is OUT of his bottle and he ain't NEVER going back, so get used to us. We are here to STAY and there is NOTHING you can do to change it back Never, ever. Pay back. I'm so glad I lived to see these changes, so different from when I was young.

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