A West Coast psychologist is calling into question studies which allege no adverse effects on children raised in homosexual homes. She believes the researchers are themselves less than objective, often pro-homosexual and that their positions may bias their research and lead to a failure to disclose results not favorable to the homosexual cultural agenda.
They are, the researchers, “not being honest regarding children raised in homosexual homes.” Dr. Trayce Hansen took a close look at studies done by homosexuals in which they concluded that children suffer no adverse affects when raised by homosexuals. But she contends the studies prove the reverse of what the researchers suggest in their public disclosures. There is harm.
“Many of these researchers are trying to conceal these findings because they believe that if the public were aware of them, if the public was aware that these children are different from other children, [the public] would be less supportive of the pro-homosexual agenda,” Hansen maintains.
The researcher argues that homosexuals are in denial over the consequences of their lifestyle. “…I believe they’re in denial, because the type of research I looked at [involved] research that was done by self-proclaimed pro-homosexual researchers,” she points out.
According to Hansen, the studies actually reveal that boys raised by lesbians are more feminine than other boys, and girls raised by lesbians are more masculine than other girls. In addition, children raised by homosexuals entered that lifestyle more often than those raised by heterosexuals.
“Young adults who were raised by openly homosexual parents were more likely to engage in homosexuality and to later self-identify as bisexual or homosexual — and it’s quite a stark difference,” Hansen shares. She notes that 24 percent of children raised by homosexuals or lesbians had experiences with the same gender, while zero percent raised by heterosexuals leaned in that direction.