Sunday, September 30, 2007

The Prevalence of Cruising Encounters

Wow! This appears to be something that gay activists don't really want exposed to the general public.

Here's an article that points out the prevalence of homosexual cruising encounters.


Lest we believe that the men's rooms in the Minneapolis airport are the only places that this type of conduct occurs, the Larry Craig case is merely the tip of the iceberg. "Cruising" can be found all over the country. In one study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of a major metropolitan area in the northwestern United States, 88% of men infected with STDs were engaging in homosexual behavior at public but anonymous venues such as bath houses. In another study by the CDC, 64% of men who contracted an STD were having sex with men in public places.

Still have doubt about the prevalence of "cruising"? Then consider the Little Black Book published by Lambda Legal ( The Little Black Book is a disturbing example of one of this country's largest homosexual behavior advocacy groups offering legal advice on how to "safely" act both illegally and unsafely. When the Little Black Book warns that "Remember cops may be 'cruising' too," I suppose that this is what Lambda Legal considers good, well-reasoned advice. Instead of helping its followers engage in illegal homosexual behavior, one would think Lambda Legal would genuinely attempt to help those about whom it professes to care by warning of the dangers of "cruising" and discouraging it as a practice.

Recently, significant news on the issue of "cruising" came forth from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where the mayor remains under extraordinary public scrutiny for suggesting measures to curb the out-of-control homosexual "cruising" in his city. After all, with him alleging that his city has the highest HIV infection ratio from homosexual conduct in the country, you would think that the mayor's efforts would be applauded, not condemned, especially by the homosexual community. However, Fort Lauderdale's problems bring to light the true face of homosexual behavior—anonymous and multiple sexual encounters in public places—something that the advocates of homosexual behavior do not want exposed.

The article certainly stirred up a hornet's nest of angry comments. I only got through about the first twelve, so far.

Need to go relax and veg out on the couch tonight. Reading that huge list of comments can wait until tomorrow.

P.S. Can anyone else see the absolute craziness of allowing gay groups to come in and teach about this sick lifestyle to young children in schools?

John Edward's recent comments on the "king & king" book were anything but funny. They were scary! This guy agrees:

[To Joseph Farah:] In reference to John Edwards' comments in the debate about the "King and King" book, I, too, could not believe my ears. At first I nearly fell off the couch laughing, until I thought about it a minute longer and was suddenly horrified that this man has children. He has no backbone, no moral compass and apparently a staggering lack of understanding of a parent's role in a child's life.
Roy Eyman

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