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12/29/2013

Anti-LGBT activist Linda Harvey writes book about not tying your shoe laces together (or something)

by Jeremy Hooper

Anti-LGBT activist Linda Harvey possesses no sort of formal training that credentials her to tell American parents whether or not their children are, in fact, gay. But she does have one of the most radical quote banks imaginable, routinely denigrating LGBT people and families in the most vicious hyperbole available to her. For a movement that long ago replaced fact for condemnatory opinion, this more than qualifies Ms. Harvey to write a book like this:

Maybe Hes Not Gay Cover"I'm gay." As more and more young people announce this is their identity, it's time to take a closer look. It's a profound declaration, a new civil right (they are told) and it's "who you are." But there's a problem. Are we sure this is the truth?

Does this identity bring the promised liberation and the key to a whole new life? Does it lift the burden of secrecy - or begin a different kind of struggle?

Maybe He's Not Gay: Another View on Homosexuality is a new book by Linda Harvey that addresses these critical questions. Specifically for America's youth, this book focuses on the bright future they can all have, regardless of the turmoil of adolescence, which for some may include same sex attractions or gender confusion. What do those feelings mean? Is there another possibility that transcends the seeming finality of a homosexual identity?
Maybe He's Not Gay [mission America]

The book sales for under ten dollars. However, if you read it and try to impose it on your LGBT child as truth, the costs are likely to run much higher and the damages will surely run far beyond your credit card statement.

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