WARNING: Being LGBT is Hazardous to Your Health

The Recall Report has a section on LGBT health. The Recall Report warns:

Men and women who identify as LGBT have any number of health concerns depending on each individual.

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Cancer is another big health risk for Americans in general, but there are some specific risks for LGBT people. For example, lesbians are at a greater risk of developing breast cancer than heterosexual women. This may be explained by the fact that lesbians are less likely to have full-term pregnancies, are more likely to be overweight, and are less likely to get mammograms and other cancer screenings.

Gay men are at a greater risk than their heterosexual counterparts for developing testicular, colon, and prostate cancers. Gay men and bisexual men who have sex with men are also at a greater risk for developing anal cancer because they are at a greater risk for being exposed to HPV, the human papilloma virus, which can cause cancer.

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Both lesbian women and gay men report more harassment and physical abuse from family members. Lesbians, gay men, and bisexual men and women are all more often victims of domestic partner violence than heterosexual men or women. Gay men are both more likely to be victims of domestic abuse and criminal physical violence based on sexual orientation.

Read more.

Walt Heyer, who used to live as a transgender woman, now travels the country speaking about his experiences and reaching out to those who regret their own gender change.

The Daily Signal spoke with Heyer on camera about his story, as well as the lies he says society and the media tell young people today about gender.

David Carlin, professor of sociology and philosophy at the Community College of Rhode Island, in a column titled “The Oddity of the LGBT Alliance” writes:

For some time now these rejections of nature have been celebrated, or at least condoned, on TV, in movies, in classrooms, in legislative chambers, and in law courts. What in particular?

  1. Homosexuality. It used to be called “the unnatural vice.” Now, according to the masters of our popular culture, it is a perfectly respectable form of love.

  2. Child abandonment. It used to be thought that only an unnatural parent would abandon his/her children, the parent-child bond being the most fundamental of all human connections. But for decades now American society has allowed fathers (though not yet mothers) to beget children and then walk out on them.

  3. Bodily mutilation. If you spend a lot of time among young people (as I myself do in my capacity as a community college professor), you will observe the relatively new fashion of making nickel-or-quarter-size holes in ear lobes or cheeks or elsewhere. That’s minor-league mutilation. More advanced advocates of mutilation (I have not, thank God, come across any of these at my college) go further, defending the amputation of fingers, hands, and limbs – either as a way of being “different” or as a way of maintaining solidarity with disabled (differently abled) persons.

  4. Suicide. It used to be that suicide was thought of as the most unnatural thing in the world. What could be more unnatural than to renounce life itself, the most fundamental of all natural goods? But now suicide or voluntary euthanasia is considered by truly “progressive” people to be a fine thing. To be sure, they don’t consider all suicide to be good. It is good that suicide or euthanasia should be chosen by very old people who are now (allegedly) incapable of getting any significant enjoyment out of life; or by terminally ill people who wish to shorten life by a few weeks or a few months; or by people whose life involves severe physical or mental suffering; or by mature (but not necessarily old) people who now find life boring. But it is not good (not yet, but stay tuned) if a 17-year-old girl commits suicide because her boyfriend dropped her.

  5. Transgenderism. In the other cases listed, nature gives us strong hints as to the correct way to proceed – e.g., “have sex with persons of the opposite sex only,” “don’t abandon your children,” “don’t mutilate your body,” and “don’t kill yourself.” But in the case of sexual/gender identity, what nature gives us is something more than a hint. It used to be thought that the question of whether a newborn is a boy or a girl could be answered by taking a quick glance at the baby’s genitalia. Now we are told that the question shouldn’t be answered by other persons (doctors, nurses, mothers, fathers) who “assign” a gender to the child.

Unnatural behaviors leads down a dangerous road that few travel. Even one person lost to the LGBT life style is one too many.


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5 replies
  1. Rusty Writer
    Rusty Writer says:

    Being heterosexual is dangerous to your health. Most people in the world who have AIDS are heterosexual. Being black is dangerous to your health with a 60% greater chance of developing diabetes. Being Ashkenazi Jewish is dangerous to your health because DNA studies showed they have a higher chance of birth defects due to recessive mutations. I could go on and on, but the point is that when a group has a health risk, the goal should be to help them not to smear them as less human than others.

    • Dr. Rich Swier
      Dr. Rich Swier says:


      Thanks for reading and commenting.

      HIV.gov reports:

      According to the latest estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), an estimated 37,600 people became newly infected with HIV in the United States in 2014. Encouragingly, the estimated number of annual HIV infections in the U.S. declined 18% between 2008-2014 (from 45,700 to 37,600). Reductions were seen in most risk groups and in all states where data were available. Even greater reductions were observed among people who inject drugs (56% reduction) and heterosexual men and women (36%). Gay and bisexual menb were the only group that did not experience an overall decline in annual HIV infections from 2008 to 2014. This is because reduced infections among whites (18%) and the youngest gay and bisexual men (18%) were offset by increases in other groups. Annual infections remained stable at about 26,000 per year among gay and bisexual men overall and about 10,000 infections per year among black gay and bisexual men — a hopeful sign after more than a decade of increases in these populations. However, concerning trends emerged among gay and bisexual males of certain ages and ethnicities, with annual infections increasing: 35% among 25- to 34-year-old gay and bisexual males (from 7,200 to 9,700) and 20% among Latino gay and bisexual males (from 6,100 to 7,300).

  2. Ashton
    Ashton says:

    Hi. I happen to live in Corry which you are trying to make into a blue zone. I suggest you leave. As a transgender male and bisexual, you are being very toxic and rude. I will love who I want and I don’t think that my significant other is any of your concern. I have lgbt+ friends and no one will appreciate a conservative extremeist. If no one will expose you I will. I will print these pages out- among other toxic things you say are true- and take them to my local government. While we are all entitled to an opinion, it is not okay to make someone agree with you. You can believe what you want. I wouldn’t have said anything if I didn’t think you were being harmful. You may not know it but there are lgbt youth who already struggle with being accepted and seen as a person. Conversion therapy is still legal in some states to minors. Do you know how harmful that is to your body and mind? Yes suicide isn’t a good way to fix everything but people don’t think they are able yo get help. You should be accepting and supportive if you wish to win people over to be on your side. We have come too far in America as a whole to have you take it away. I will not stand by and do nothing. I’m not afraid to voice my opinion on this as there are worse things happening. People are being murdered and abused. People are starving. The world probably won’t be here much longer because of carbon emmisions and the oceans are being destroyed. Did you know that tiny plankton in the sea make up 50% of the oxygen we breathe? Amazing, right? We are accumulating so much trash it is going to into the oceans and the sea life is dying. Why are you worried about who I love? Feel free to write back. I’d love to discuss things with you.

    • Dr. Rich Swier
      Dr. Rich Swier says:


      We are concerned about your well being. You lifestyle is dangerous and leads to many diseases and other health anomalies. We hope you will see help and understand what other homosexuals have discovered, that this lifestyle leads down the wrong path.

      We are supportive and helpful by telling the truth about what you and other will face in life. Have a wonderful day.


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