A survey claiming a decrease in Americans' comfort level with homosexual acts and individuals has met skepticism from two Christians who study sexuality and culture. But if the survey accurately reflects public sentiment, they say, it could indicate the Bible's lingering influence on society.
The pro-homosexual advocacy group GLAAD released data Thursday (Jan. 25) indicating Americans' comfort level with a variety of situations involving lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender individuals -- including learning a family member is homosexual and having a child placed in a class with an LGBT teacher.
For the first time since GLAAD began releasing such data in 2014, levels of reported comfort decreased, according to a GLAAD news release....
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In a recent Gallop Poll, they discovered that Calvinist are not being accepted as they use to, local Presbyterian, Caleb Thomson said, "I use to be able to hang out with Baptists and Methodists, but not anymore, I've lost 10 friends on FaceBook and 15 followers on Twitter."
Pastor Dylan McCheyne of Dublin Reformed Baptist Church said, "Me friends be shunning me as if I had a double dose of depravity, or if I were part of the homosexual movement."
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A recent reality adjustment to libLies- The survey taken by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked a simple question of 34,557 adults nationwide: ‚ÄúWhich of the following best represents how you think of yourself?‚ÄĚ The five possible answers were straight, lesbian/gay, bisexual, ‚Äúsomething else‚ÄĚ and ‚ÄúI don‚Äôt know the answer.‚ÄĚ Transgenders, the ‚ÄúT‚ÄĚ in LGBT, were not included.
The survey found that a mere 1.6 percent of the adult population self-identifies as ‚Äúlesbian/gay,‚ÄĚ and an even smaller 0.7 percent told interviewers they were bisexual. The bisexuals were outnumbered by the 1.1 percent who didn‚Äôt know, wouldn‚Äôt answer or said they were ‚Äúsomething else.‚ÄĚ
This result was far from the 10 percent that homosexual rights advocates have claimed since the 1970s. -- The Washington Times