Homosexual Activists Admit Negative Health Consequences of Homosexual Behavior

A group of homosexuals headed by Gens Hellquist, director of the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition, has filed a complaint with the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC), in which they detail the numerous statistics that prove the high-risk nature of the homosexual lifestyle. 

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According to a report in LifeNews, the Canadian Rainbow Health Coalition lists the health issues which “disproportionately affect” the GLB (gay, lesbian, bisexual) community, including:

  • The life expectancy for gay and bisexual men is 20 years less than the average Canadian man;
  • GLB people commit suicide at rates ranging from twice as often to almost 14 times more than the general population;
  • GLBs have smoking rates ranging from 1.3 to three times higher than average;
  • GLBs become alcoholics at a rate 1.4 to seven times higher than the general population;
  • GLBs use illicit drugs at a rate from 1.6 to 19 times higher than other Canadians;
  • GLBs experience depression at rates ranging from 1.8 to three times higher than average;
  • Homosexual men comprise 76% of AIDS cases and 45% of all new HIV infections;
  • GLB populations are at a higher risk of lung and liver cancer;
  • Homosexual and bisexual men suffer a higher rate of anal cancer than heterosexual men;
  • Lesbians report a higher rate of breast cancer; 
  • GLBs experience verbal and physical abuse at a greater rate than most Canadians.
How should Christians, in general, and Christian healthcare professionals, in specific, respond to homosexual behavior? The Christian Medical Association has some suggestions that I’ve presented in another blog:

Similar statistics have been mentioned in other LifeSiteNews reports on the serious negative health consequences of homosexual behavior:

 

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