Homosexual and Gender
"Same-sex couples now make up a record one in seven of the total
approved to adopt children" [source].
"These couples are VERY far from being one couple in seven. This
particularly eye-opening statistic demonstrates unequivocally that
social workers are deliberately putting children into homosexual
households beyond any reasonable proportions"
"Heterosexual couples are being put off by PC social workers ...
This is all a pretext for the destruction of the natural family"
/ "There are tens of thousands of kind and loving couples who
want to both foster and adopt in this country who are put off by
onerous and intrusive demands and timescales put forward by the
Government and Councils ... there seems to be lower and higher
thresholds dependent on your views, your colour, your sexuality,
background, and your political correctness score" / "and
the greatest of these is political correctness"
"In the olden days we used to have orphanages... no matter how bad
they were, they were at least not creating human beings with a
completely imbalanced view of human society, family and human
identity. This whole issue of gay [sic] and lesbian identity sliding
down to transgender stuff is designed to destroy our identity as
human beings created in the image and likeness of God... and
recognising that alone can bring out the best in us... denying that
is more likely to bring out the worst in us"
"Can you imagine how imbalanced life is when one is taught to hate
the other sex because he or she has been brought up by men or women
who hate the other sex? And what about the predators entering 'two
dad' houses in the guise of friends and abusing boys that are
adopted by the two dads... or imagine the hatred and awkwardness
with which girls grow up in a 'two dad' house... just put yourself
in situations like this and see how you feel"
"[W]e are allowing children to be motherless/fatherless and
lose their heritage and identity. These children will grow up and
have their say and the shame we will feel is utterly deserved"
"'[P]arenting' by homosexual couples necessarily corrupts the
nature of parenthood and is ipso facto bad"
"There are in fact very many stories of children exactly being
kidnapped by social workers on the basis that their parents refuse
to teach homosexual and/or gender ideology"
"I wonder to what extent
the tendency to advertise many public service jobs in the Guardian
and other left of centre publications is responsible for the high
proportion of PC-blinkered idiots in such jobs? Perhaps jobs in the
public sector should be advertised on a national website, even if
the jobs themselves are categorised by region. That way a wider
section of applicants might be attracted and we might end up with
more social workers with common-sense" / "[Y]ou
have put your finger on a vital point. The so-called progressive
liberal left has more or less taken over the education system and
social services. Consider how many tragedies there have been over
the years where vulnerable children have been abused and even
murdered, and still the message is... we will learn the lessons but
we know best!" [comments at
"[A]re [social workers] a class apart who know only to tick the
boxes and are paid for that? I have known a grandmother who
continues to be heart-broken for her granddaughter who was forced
into adoption to a gay [sic] couple at the age of three by social
workers and she was not even allowed to see her granddaughter. Do
these social workers have a human heart in them or are they made
only of the leftist ideology? How miserable and sad it is to be
nothing but a destructive ideology and not a human being"
"They may have hearts
but as with the death of Victoria Climbie, any social worker who
dares challenge this doctrine will find themselves disciplined,
dismissed, and probably unemployable elsewhere. Even the judge
giving findings of fact in the
Scully-Hicks case felt obliged to hastily say this was not about
a gay [sic] adoption - but it was because both he and the social
workers were and are too scared to see what was obvious to the
neighbours" [comment at
"[W]hat happened to the
'best interests of the child' as defined in the Children Act? The
concept is used to discriminate against would-be adopters who smoke.
Who are fat. Who hold the 'wrong' political opinions. The Social
services argument is that to be a smoker may or may not be harmful
to a child but that there is a small risk that it could be harmful -
so smokers/fatties/UKIP supporters are likely to find their path to
adoption blocked. To be consistent, shouldn't the same argument
apply to gay [sic] would-be adopters? And doesn't the fact that it
doesn't reveal that 'same sex adoption' is really just a political
act?" [comment at
"Children and their
natural, God-given rights to a normal family upbringing are being
sacrificed in order to progress the LGBT cause. The establishment,
terrified of being branded homophobic, is complicit in turning a
blind eye to the inevitable problems caused by ignoring children's
basic desires to be raised by a mother and father. ... children
should never be exposed to sexual concepts beyond their years or
confused by being placed with same sex (so called) parents. I've no
doubt that some gay [sic] couples may well attempt to provide a
stable and loving home for the children given into their care but
that does not mean it is right or good for the child ... the gay
[sic] desire to adopt is more motivated by a need to have it all
their own way. A political statement in which the child becomes
little more than a trophy, the must-have accessory like those poor
little dogs you see being carted around in handbags"
"There's a lot of debate about studies of children raised by
same-sex couples and what those studies reveal. The truth is that
not every decision in life can wait on the outcome of an unbiased,
comprehensive study by reputable experts. Will somebody let their
child play by the canal until they have seen a report about children
drowning, or will they let the unknown bloke who lives on his own
down the road baby-sit their kids until they have seen a study about
child abuse by strangers? For most decisions in life we have to just
exercise some b****y common sense. Children should not be the
subject of social engineering experiments"
"We know from
heterosexual divorce and children of step-families that all is not
well there. Why do these researchers assume that same-sex couples
are free from that? Is it because they still hold to the 'not just
equal, but better' belief?" [comment at
"Babies being bought and sold as commodities. Children being handed
over to abusers by social services to fulfil a purely political
agenda. Children being procured as cute pets and fashion accessories
to meet someone's need to make a statement about their virtue. Many
of them suffering immeasurably, or even dying at the hands of their
owners. I see no difference between this and the trading of slaves
from Africa. We have gone back 200 to 300 years into an amoral
cesspool of self-gratification. Just as slaves were not considered
humans with rights, so are children in our society. We live in an
age of institutionalised and state-promoted child abuse"
"If you can't see that homosexual adoption is satanic, your moral
compass ceased to function a very long time ago"
"Children adopted by gay [sic] couples are raised in a culture that
is 'highly specific and fraught with problems ... adults have higher
rates of depression, anxiety, eating disorders, sexually transmitted
diseases including HIV/AIDS, domestic violence, sexual assault, and
suicidal ideation'." [quoted at
"We hear that gay [sic] couples have loving homes and they love
their children. I don't buy that because I think love means you
sacrifice for the other person rather than expect the other person
to sacrifice for you. If you are gay [sic] and love a child, you
either sacrifice your gayness [sic] and raise the child in a home
with both mother and father, or you sacrifice your dream of
parenthood so the child can be adopted by a home with a mother and
father" [quoted at
"How did parenthood become a right? This is not about what goes on
between two adults. This is a whole country becoming complicit in
making women breeder livestock to meet the whims of a group of me
and then denying children created as saleable goods the basic right
to a mother and father. A child deserves a mother and father. This
is a basic human right. Parenthood is not a right. No homophobia in
the world even competes with this socially accepted dehumanisation
of children" [quoted at
"There are many of us
out in the world. Our parents used us as little display objects. We
existed only to make our parents look good - living, breathing
political statements. We existed to feed the insatiable egos that
were our parents. Does that sound like a happy childhood?" [quoted at
"Don't ask the six-year-old if she or he is happy. The toddlers have
been trained to speak like a pet bird. They live in fear of what a
parent will do if they dare to make the parent look bad. Don't go by
the dog and pony show at the Pride Parade. Ask us, those of us who
broke away from the culture that we grew up in. We will tell you"
"History will be a harsh
taskmaster. Children grow up. Trendy social causes are often
revealed as bad ideas. I can say honestly that I don't know a single
one of us - those raised in gay [sic] and lesbian households - who
is going to tell you they have had anything even remotely related to
a happy childhood. How could we? We were just pawns. We existed only
as a mirror, and there were not enough mirrors in the world to
satisfy them" [quoted at
"I have read tens of these stories. The hardest by far are accounts
by women brought up in a gay [sic] male household. The girls are so
angry at being denied a mum. They also describe never being affirmed
as a woman by the (often many) gay [sic] men that came to live with
and usually sleep with their fathers. Hard to read and with a couple
of accounts tear jerking hard to read"
"One of the girls ... said that she was to all intents and purposes
well brought up in the eyes of the world. Materially well off, given
boundaries, holidays, friends to stay, etc. Inside herself however,
she said it was different story. Her father and boyfriends treated
her well but did not affirm her a young woman. Her father gave her
everything but deliberately denied her a mum. She said she grew to
hate him for it and she describes the long road to forgiveness but
she is unequivocal, never acceptance"
"The thought of a child being deliberately brought up without any
mother figure is both upsetting and disturbing"
"Thank you, Dr. Lopez
and Brittany Klein for your book... you have paid through your life
experiences to pen this very disturbing book which is a real eye
opener. I wept and wept all through its reading... how could we be
so daft to allow selfish men and women to treat children like
commodities that could be bought and sold and adopted for pleasure
and pretend that we are a civilised society? How come our society
has forgotten basic justice and how come we a re allowing this
leftist and cultural marxist agenda to go ahead?"
"Homosexual parenting is
not a matter of right. Nor is being a parent a right. It is a gift
and a duty. But as in the days of the Book of Judges, there are no
moral absolutes in our society. Everyone does what is right in his
or her own eyes. Elsie is dead. Jephthah lives on. And that is
"[T]he tragic little
girl murdered by the modern-day Jephthah ... was precisely taken
from her family, against the wishes of her grandmother, who had
custody of two of her elder siblings, and given to two perverts, at
least one of whom monstrously murdered her within a month of
adoption, an adoption that was approved despite a sequence of
external injuries requiring hospital visits in the previous months
of temporary custody. It's a damning indictment, and not just of the
monsters who 'cared' for her"
"Why have none of the social workers involved been arrested and
charged as accomplices? Their job, after all, was to remove a child
in danger of of abuse, and they did not do that"
"Some years ago, a young friend of mine ended up as a single father
to a three year old girl when his wife died of cancer. The local
social services did everything they could to try to persuade him to
give up the child for adoption on the grounds that a man can't bring
up a female child. Instead of offering help and support, they
appeared to do their level best to prove he was doing something
wrong so they could take the girl into care. Fortunately he had good
neighbours and both sets of grandparents to help him, and the girl
is now about eight and doing really well. Now other social services
are content to give a girl to two men to raise (and kill), even
though grandparents were available. Total madness!!!!"
"This is staggering evil as to be beyond comprehension. Although it
is no more than I expect in a nation that has become largely morally
bankrupt" [comment at
Children: An Extract from the Preface
"This book is an uncensored chronicle
of everything that has gone wrong because of the movement to
normalise same-sex parenting.
"Brittany Klein and I ... have
firsthand experience with the seeming 'side issues' that became
entangled in the war for marriage 'equality'. Those side
issues ended up being more important than the legal status of
same-sex relationships; hence this book. We can help the
general reader understand why something viewed by so many as
beneficial was actually harmful to so many more. This book is
not just our story; it is our story plus a whole lot of other
people's stories, gathered into a broader picture of everything that
backfired. It offers a few theories as to why multiple
societies had such a lapse in judgment: Propaganda was
powerful. Complex issues were prone to oversimplification.
Sexuality was an easy proxy issue on which to project economic
"Whatever views are held about
same-sex relationships, same-sex marriage, and in the UK civil
partnership (which preceded it), have been, and are, a social
disaster for the children affected. Same-sex marriage was
premised on falsehoods. It was pushed on unwilling
populations using nefarious tactics ranging from half-true
propaganda to criminal intimidation and racketeering. It took
protections away from the most vulnerable people in the world -
particularly but not exclusively children - and empowered the most
privileged people in the world ...
"It required changing laws, culture,
and global relations in multiple bad directions. Sex and
gender had to be uncoupled from one another, sometimes through
dangerous surgery, sometimes through Orwellian language policing.
Sexual choices and self-mastery had to be replaced by biological
determinism and peer pressure. Free will itself was
discredited in favour of being 'born this way'.
Self-determination was mandated (for transsexuals) or forbidden (to
ex-gays [sic]), depending on how one's urge to change oneself
matched the identity politics of opinionated elites.
"Ancient life cycles were overturned
for fashionable social theories less than a decade old.
Childhood had to be hyper-sexualised. Parenthood had to be
totally de-sexualised and replaced with systems of buying and
selling offspring. Science and academic research fell prey to
groupthink, false assertions, and consensus by duress.
Schools, courts, city halls, and popular culture faced catastrophic
reprisal if they did not agree to promote the fallacies used to
justify the same-sex marriage movement.
"The discredited logic behind
slavery, cultural genocide, and eugenics snuck back into the
zeitgeist, under the noses of the progressive critics who usually
felt most superior to the slavers, settlers, and Nazis who practiced
these historic evils in earlier times ...
"This book will show whom the
same-sex marriage movement and same-sex parenting have harmed ...
how children's most fundamental birthright - the right to their
mother and father, indeed their heritage - has been cast to the
flames to make a small gay [sic] lobby happy, and few on the left or
right seemed to notice or care ... the toll taken on vulnerable
parties in society, particularly women, because of the move toward
'reconstructing families' according to emerging LGBT consumer tastes
... the global effect of imposing same-sex marriage on multiple
continents, a process that enhances unhealthy power dynamics among
different races and classes ...
"A society that compels people
to think things that aren't true, say things they do not believe,
and live in fear of retaliation, is one that will lose whatever war
it thinks it is waging ...
"With the sleight of hand that yoked
marriage to parenting, a host of earnest questions became taboo.
What about the children placed in gay
[sic] homes who have
biological parents somewhere outside the home? What about
those excluded biological parents? What about the people
whose children are taken away by the state? What about the
cousins, grandparents, siblings, and neighbours who find eugenics
unethical, and who want to be tied to their kin? What about
people who cannot remain silent when they see children being
trafficked, engineered, or forcibly removed from their origins?
What about all of society, careering toward a future in which human
beings will be designed in laboratories and children will be bought
and sold? ...
"[T]he lesson is clear ... Parenthood
was designed to entail grown-ups sacrificing their own ambitions
and desires for the sake of children. Not the other way
around. War perverts everything, including the proper
configuration of parent to child ... [and] The sacred order of
society collapses in on itself ... Everyone loses out because
everyone is consumed with a distorted consciousness. ...
"The debate over same-sex marriage
was not really a debate. It was a war. Its polemic
rhythms paralleled blitzkrieg and social weapons of mass destruction
... To satisfy the gay [sic] movement's desires, same-sex marriage
had to be imposed on the entire world, a globe of seven billion
people. The argument over its implementation remains visceral.
The camps are tribal. Some of the tactics are as unscrupulous
and vicious as one would expect were we exchanging gunfire. ...
"Albeit mostly by force of judicial
fiat, the war has largely been fought and won for same-sex marriage
and parenting. During the fog of war, the gay lobby demanded
and was promised the right to have other people's children, as well
as the assurance that anyone who criticised gay
[sic] families would
be punished. Those rash vows can only be kept by hurting
people who will have to be sacrificed ... Will we allow the gay
[sic] lobby's obsession with marriage to seize our minds so much,
that we will be okay with sacrificing ourselves to the gospel of
'marriage equality'? If we go that far and offer ourselves up
as sacrifices, we are not only sacrificing ourselves. We are
sacrificing many others who stand to be hurt in the aftermath.
"It is easy to be rash. It is
difficult to be brave. It is shameful to be cowardly. We
must choose ... will we do the right thing?"
Jephthah's Children: A Review
"This is a very disturbing book.
Don't read it if you want to remain in your comfort zone and close
your ears to the cries of the little ones in the affluent West
suffering injustice. In our time God is calling prophets to
unveil the truth about the sexual revolution and its effects,
especially on children. Robert Lopez is such a prophet.
Like the author of the story of Jephthah's daughter ... like
Jeremiah and Ezekiel, he provides narratives that are raw and
unvarnished, revealing sometimes in just a few shocking lines the
depths of human sin. Lust, pride, cruelty, manipulation and
other examples of adult selfishness are relentlessly paraded.
The reader is often left asking: 'where is the happy ending? Where
is the redemption?'
"Tragically, for many of those
brought up in dysfunctional homes with lies, abuse and corruption of
innocence, there is only silent torment. But Lopez and other
narrators who have emerged from such situations, who have had the
courage to speak out about them, show in their own life stories how
even in the worst situations God is present with his judgment and
his transforming grace.
"Many people, even in the church,
still cling to the myth that Judaeo-Christian sexual ethics on which
our civilisation is based are somehow outmoded, prudish and
oppressive. This book shows, in a series of snapshots and
sharp comments, something of the destructive and toxic effects of
widespread sexual immorality, and how we desperately need to re-lay
the foundations by commending and modelling the biological family,
for the sake of our future" [source].
Social Care: A Poem
become apparent that, in this modern day,
our health and social services are rife with compliancy.
"And if you
dare to tell them, this system isn't right,
Prepare yourself for battle; you're going to have a fight.
and turn the subject; to them we're all the same,
They will take away your dignity, and blacken your good name.
you'll be abandoned, to suffer a bureaucratic fate,
Targeted by the social sharks; that use our babies as bait.
destruction of the family will be their only goal,
It has become apparent: the social care system has no soul"
"God gave children to parents,
the State, to love, nurture, teach, discipline, and train up into adulthood. It does
not take a 'village' or the
'Collective' or State-run 'Care' homes to raise a
child; it takes a loving and biological/adoptive/foster family.
Please see the article
Communism and the Family for the ideology underlying the
"The issues are:... [continue
"And he that stealeth [a child], and selleth him..."
"The words of a talebearer
are as wounds,
and they go down into the innermost parts of the belly"
"Every fool will be meddling ... Withdraw thy foot
from thy neighbour's house:
lest he be weary of thee, and so hate thee"
(Proverbs 20:3b; 25:17)
thou a man wise in his own conceit? There is more hope
of a fool than of him"
"Woe unto them that decree unrighteous
and that write grievousness which they have prescribed"
"Woe to them that devise iniquity, and work evil upon their beds!
when the morning is light, they practice it, because it is in the
power of their hand. ...
So they oppress a man and his house, even a man and his heritage"
is impossible but that offences will come: but woe unto him, through
whom they come!
It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck,
and he cast into the sea,
than that he should offend one of these little ones"
"Let none of you suffer ... as a busybody in other
(1 Peter 4:15)
anywhere in the Holy Bible will you find God giving civil government
authority to rear or direct the rearing of children ...
God told parents, not the government, to 'train up' their children."
(Laura Rogers, Societal Structures vs. Restructuring, as quoted in Berit
Kjos, Brave New Schools, p185)
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