There has been a lot of intolerance from the homosexual activists in the US lately. See: Iowa AG vs Conscience rights of county recorders as one Iowa judge decides to stop performing marriages in same sex marriage Iowa...
If you don't think same-sex marriage will effect public school education a lesson can be learned in same-sex marriage state of Massachusettes...
Miss California makes a stand for marriage as between a man and a woman and same sex marriage getting more coverage on internet then Big Media.
Does anyone find this statement just a tad hypocritical: "Try preaching love instead of hate you bigots."?
Same Sex Marriage bill in Connecticut threatens parental rights on education and religious freedom and more...
Christian charity worker supsended after answering a colleagues questions about sexual ethics...
If the gay marriage debate doesn't effect others then why such strong exemptions for people of faith in Vermont?
Watch YouTube video of Democrat National Convention speaker that is revealing of how gay marriage is getting passed without the peoples vote....
Now we see it in Germany
Public Resistance against Homosexualization of Society Launched in Germany with Over 600 Prominent Signers
By Hilary White
April 24, 2009 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Preparations for a conference on psychotherapy set for May in Marburg, Germany are being disrupted by an "action alliance of queer, feminist, and anti-fascist and anti-sexist" groups that want two Christian therapists removed from the roster of speakers.
In response, a group of at least 600 prominent German professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds has issued a public statement and petition to protest the "totalitarian aspirations of the gay and lesbian associations." These organizations, they said, are trying to suppress freedom of expression and academic inquiry at the upcoming 6th International Congress for Psychotherapy and Counseling in Marburg.
On March 29, the Lesbian and Gay Association of Germany (LSVD) in an open letter to the mayor of the city of Marburg and the university, attacked the management of the Congress, saying that a talk scheduled by two experts on "identity development for men and women" should be cancelled.
Markus Hoffmann, a therapist who offers counseling to homosexuals who wish to leave the homosexual lifestyle, and Dr. Christl Ruth Vonholdt, of the German Institute for Youth and Society (DIJG), are still set to speak at the conference.
Dr. Vonholdt is a physician for child and adolescent medicine and is involved in research and counseling on human sexuality, male and female identity formation, sexuality and culture, and marriage and the family. She is the author of the paper, "The Deconstruction Of Marriage and Family," in which she asserts that the issue of the acceptance of homosexuality as normal, "has long ceased to be that of tolerance, but of the dissolution of marriage bonds and family ties."
In 2007, the Austrian Society of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy was pressured to remove Markus Hoffmann from the list of speakers at the "Religiosity in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy" conference. Hoffmann, an evangelical Christian leader, later voluntarily withdrew from the conference.
Such actions, the petition's signatories say, "constitute an attack on fundamental liberties guaranteed by the constitution."
The statement continues: "Nobody denies the dignity of persons with homosexual orientation and their personal freedom. But there are people who suffer and seek therapeutic help."
To view the list of signatories:
To read Dr. Vonholdt's paper, "The Deconstruction Of Marriage and Family"