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Question: Does "Daddy Has A Roommate" represent the psychological and other health issues that go with "alternative lifestyles"? Classical sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea, infections with Chlamydia trachomatis, syphilis, herpes simplex infections, genital warts, pubic lice, scabies); enteric diseases (infections with Shigella species, Campylobacter jejuni, Entamoeba histolytica, Giardia lamblia, ["gay bowel disease"], Hepatitis A, B, C, D, and cytomegalovirus); trauma (related to and/or resulting in fecal incontinence, hemorroids, anal fissure, foreign bodies lodged in the rectum, rectosigmoid tears, allergic proctitis, penile edema, chemical sinusitis, inhaled nitrite burns, and sexual assault of the male patient); and the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS).[iv] Can anyone refute that increased morbidity and mortality is an unavoidable result of male-with-male sex--not to mention the increased rates of alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, suicide and other maladies that so often accompany a homosexual lifestyle?[v] By Kathleen Melonakos, M.A., R.N.… The author holds the American Psychiatric Association and the American Psychological Association "criminally responsible" for their complicity in helping to create "the culture of denial about the lethalness of homosexual sex" and their "attitude of political correctness that is killing a substantial proportion of persons" engaged in active homosexuality. She also implicate those same, highly influential organizations for allowing themselves to be influenced by gay activists to deny that many homosexual persons can indeed be helped by therapy to overcome their same-sex tendencies. Melonakos writes, "What if doctors said, 'We refuse to treat cancer (or, say, alcoholism) because we only achieve a 50% cure rate--and many people who don't want to be cured find it oppressive that we do cure the others?' Why wouldn't the lawsuits for malpractice be filed?" The article concludes, "What will it take to insist on truth? Lawsuits? Protests?.." Where's the medical bias here?? Just show me the facts from a medical viewpoint without homosexual agenda bias that refute these statements and I will read it.

Answer: OK, since "Daddy Has A Roommate" is supposed to help YOUNG children understand their family structure, why would, say, a chapter about STDs and other sexual things be appropriate? What do any of those things have to do with a young child understanding their family structure? Should every young kid who lives with their mom get a book that explains breast cancer in detail regardless if their mom has breast cancer or not? How about "Daddy Might Get Prostate Cancer"? Maybe "Mommy Might Have A Little Ovarian Cyst"? Or a book that explains heterosexual sex and sexual issues in detail, including things like sores, yeast infections, etc.? Basically you're suggesting that we have young children read a book that explains sexual acts, illnesses and STDs in detail. I don't know where you're from but where I'm from that's actually a crime (and immoral). Wow, I didn't even address your blatantly obvious homophobia.

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