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"It's not his fault, he has a disease. He can't control it. He needs help." These are the words I've heard repeatedly from spouses of alleged sex addicts, as my new book, The Myth of Sex Addiction, is getting increased media attention. Wives of these men sometimes seize the sex addiction label as a way to tell themselves that their husband's sexual misbehaviors are not a personal issue. Maybe if it's a disease, these problems aren't truly a sign of problems in the marriage, or in the husband or wife. When they call these choices a sex addiction, it's a way to say that their husbands really aren't meaning to be selfish, impulsive and destructive, but that their choices and consequences of those choices, are the result of an illness. And illnesses are out of out control, aren't they?
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Advocates are calling for a congressional oversight hearing after LGBTQ questions were quickly removed from a draft of the 2020 Census.
by Mary Emily O'Hara / Mar.29.2017 / 1:27 PM ET
LGBTQ advocacy groups are outraged after proposed questions regarding sexual orientation and gender identity were quickly removed Tuesday from a just-released draft of the 2020 U.S. Census.
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Thu Oct 12, 2017 - 11:25 am EST
By Claire Chretien
October 12, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – President Trump is pulling the United States out of a UN agency that advocates for abortion, homosexuality, and radical sex education for young children.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has for years pushed for pro-abortion and pro-LGBT topics to be taught to children.
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FAMILY, HOMOSEXUALITYMon Oct 2, 2017 - 5:04 pm EST
by Lisa Bourne
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Thu Aug 3, 2017 - 2:39 pm EST
August 3, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — In A Heartbeat, declared by millions to be “the cutest thing I’ve ever seen,” is a short animated video about a young boy's middle school ‘crush’ on another boy, currently melting a few million hearts around the world each day.
Posted on Monday, the four-minute video quickly went viral. By Tuesday afternoon, it had garnered 3.7 million ‘views.’ By late afternoon Wednesday, the number of views had doubled to 7.4 million. By Thursday morning, it was headed toward 11 million views.
On the one hand, it’s popularity is no surprise. It’s a totally engaging, masterfully crafted little film, bound to receive many film festival awards. And because there’s no dialogue, it offers global appeal and reach.
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