Research and Resource Materials
In our culture today, it is often difficult to know what is true and what is not regarding the homosexual agenda. The media, along with homosexual and gay-rights activists, repeat facts and statements that are simply untrue and unfounded regarding the homosexual agenda. This section of our website is designed to give you the resources and information you need from reputable and trusted sources.
The studies and research we highlight in this section will debunk and disprove many of the claims that are made in support of the homosexual agenda. Everything from flawed scientific studies to addressing myths associated with homosexuality, same-sex marraige, same-sex parenting, methodology and other topics will be covered here.
Please check back often as we are working to expand this section to cover all relevant areas of discussion. If you have a suggestion for an article for inclusion in our research and resource section please click below to let us know.
Resources are divided into the categories - please click on the menu items in the left column to access these areas.
- Countering the Homosexual Agenda - This section provides excellent links to content that provides an overview of different aspects of the homosexual agenda and ways to respond wiht truthful and accurate information.
- Scientific Research - There are very reputable scientific studies which demonstrate why the homosexual agenda is wrong for our culture, our nation and our families. These studies also support the goal of strengthening traditional family structure and preserving traditional family values based on authentic, solid research.
- Debunking Flawed and Inaccurate Research - Often, groups and individuals will cite research that supports the premise that homosexual rights are necessary, that homosexual parenting is equivalent to heterosexual parenting, that homosexuality is no less healthy than heterosexuality, and many other claims allegedly supportive of the homosexual agenda. These studies are flawed and inaccurate for many reasons. Below are links to articles and resources which review and debunking poor conclusions from flawed research which is often falsely touted as expert and definitive.