Hopkins study described as ‘attack on LGBT communities’

Students and faculty at Johns Hopkins University joined with the Human Rights Campaign to demand that the school repudiate a study they call “a misguided, misinformed attack on LGBT communities.”

The study, published in August by Dr. Lawrence S. Mayer and Dr. Paul McHugh, two Johns Hopkins scholars, concluded that there is very little evidence to suggest that children are born gay, suggesting that “biological differences [between heterosexuals and non-heterosexuals] are not sufficient to predict sexual orientation.”

h/t Marvin

  • felis gracilis

    Reality itself is an attack on all these SJW activists.

    • Clausewitz

      Makes sense considering the new ideology is that all science is racist. We are not men D… E… V… O.

  • Alain

    May I point out that this is a prime example of how we have allowed ourselves to be willingly oppressed. Pray tell what is the difference between what we continue to experience and what the Chinese people experience under a communist regime. I find the same totalitarian oppression taking place with the only difference being that in some cases it is by the state and in our case it is by both the state at times and the never resting “red guards”.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      And our tax dollars pay for this bullshit.

  • Does the “LGBT community” even exist? These people are political lobbyists with a fascist bent, not a viable organic community.

    • Minicapt

      Of course it does, otherwise they wouldn’t talk about it so much. And they are just like you or me, but different.


    • shasta

      “LGBT community”

      A modern political group with a totalitarian bent and a vigorous espousal of ideas that deny reality.

  • QiPo

    Owie! A mental truth bruise! Where’s my binkie, soft-touch padded band-aid, and my safe space?!