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Come, and see your son . . .

This is a touching slide of photos and captions I got from my friend: Days with My Father.
I started to miss my dad more since last December. It was my last campus days, approaching to my graduation day this July.

I want to know exactly how he feels about my graduation;
that I am the first one to get a bachelor degree in my family;
that I am graduated from supposedly one of the best universities in this country.

My dad passed away when I was 13—he suffered a stroke.

Dad,

I wish you come that day . . . .

Your son

PS: Thank you, Maria!

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I found this hillarious video about British atheist Richard Dawkins who campaigns to arrest pope when he visits England for his “crimes against humanity.” (It is one of the more absurd, pathetic things to come out of the shameful attacks on the pope.)

The awakening of media’s lunatic concern about the abuse are now being promoted by few journalists. Meanwhile, others continue to come to the defense of the pope.

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You might be interested in:

  1. Priests Commit No More Abuse Than Other Males. (I think this is the Newsweek article discussed by ‘the Führer’ in the video.)
  2. Pedophilia Scandals: Celibacy Questioned.

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Recently, pediatricians in America (American College of Pediatricians) caution educators on dealing with sexual orientation and gender confusion among students. They “are increasingly concerned, however, that in many cases efforts to help students who exhibit same-sex attractions and/or gender confusion are based on incomplete or inaccurate information.”

For this reason, they write letter to school superintendents which we can be read at their resource website: www.FactsAboutYouth.com.

Here are some facts based on one of their pamphlets: What You Should Know About Sexual Orientation of Youth.

  • Homosexuality is not a genetically-determined, unchangeable trait.
  • Homosexual attraction is determined by a combination of familial, environmental, social and biological influences. Inheritance of predisposing personality traits may play a role for some. Consequently, homosexual attraction is changeable.
  • Most students (over 85%) with same-sex attractions will ultimately adopt a heterosexual orientation if not otherwise encouraged. Most questioning students are experiencing temporary sexual confusion or are involved in experimentation.
  • The homosexual lifestyle, especially for males, carries grave health risks.
  • Declaring and validating student’s same-sex attraction during the adolescent years is premature and may be personally harmful.
  • Sexual reorientation therapy has proven effective for those with unwanted homosexual attractions.
  • For many youth, homosexual attraction develops due to negative or traumatic experiences, such as sexual abuse. These students need therapy for the trauma, not affirmation of a “gay identity.”
  • There is no evidence that pro-homosexual programs, such as on-campus student clubs, ease the health risks or emotional disorders suffered by homosexuals.
  • Regardless of an individual’s sexual orientation, sexual activity is a conscious choice.
  • It is in the best interest of all students to refrain from any sexual activity until adulthood, most optimally until they enter a life-long faithful marriage.
  • The school’s responsibility is to provide a safe environment for respectful self-expression for all students. It is not the school’s role to diagnose and attempt to treat any student’s medical condition, and certainly not the school’s role to “affirm” a student’s perceived personal sexual orientation.

Visit their website! It holds a bunch of useful information.

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