I am Homophobic (and you should be too!)

Henry Makow Ph.D. – henrymakow.com updated from Nov 11, 2002

I’m “coming out” as a homophobe and I urge more people to join me. I am defining “homophobe” as someone who is afraid of homosexual predators, hence the suffix “phobia” from the Greek “Phobos” or fear.
Gay activists use this term to bludgeon their opponents. Let’s embrace it instead.
I had always accepted the mass media’s portrayal of gays as a colorful minority like the Croatians, who have a special “sexual orientation.” They meet each other at their bars and do their thing. As long as they kept it within their own community, what did I care?
But they don’t. To my surprise I recently learned that most gays prefer heterosexual males. My source is a book, The Caricature of Love, (1957), by Dr. Hervey Checkley, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical College of Georgia.
 A gay friend also confirmed this fact to me. Google “straight men” and you will get almost 30 million results, most of them homosexual. Bottom line (excuse the pun) many homosexuals are predators.
I also learned that many gays prefer youths, and these experiences often turn victimized children into homosexuals and distort their lives. A survey of readers of the gay magazine The Advocate indicated that 21% of respondents were sexually abused by an adult by age 15. This seems to be one way that homosexuals “propagate.”

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