The LGBT movement has suffered another setback in its bid to normalize sinful behavior.
For decades the activist organizations have claimed same-gender marriage should be normalized in order to reduce the rate of suicide for young gays, especially those in the teenage years. But now a study by Montana State University and San Diego State proves that there is no correlation between the rate of homosexual teens committing suicide and those living a moral lifestyle.
"The actual reality is that homosexual kids, teenagers with a homosexual problem or temptation or circumstances in their life, are troubled kids generally, and politics is not the answer to their problem," comments Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality.
Experts have debunked every study that aims to justify homosexuality, including one last month led by a homosexual that proves there is no "gay" gene. Now the study on teen homosexual suicides has been debunked.
"I think we will continue to see these myths exploded because the homosexual, bisexual, transgender movement is not grounded in truth and reality," LaBarbera predicts. "It's an ideological movement built upon a lie which needs to redefine everything that is true to accomplish its goals."
So he encourages Christians to continue telling the truth, and that is that homosexuality it is simply sin, and sin can only be resolved through a relationship with Jesus Christ.