posted on Nov, 27 2002 @ 10:08 AM
Don't give me that crap Lupe, there were many more sources than that and the STATISTICS THEMSELVES speak for the truth. I found the info out years
ago from non christian sources in the 80's it was a major debating point.
If you don't want to believe it becase you don't want to face the data then say so, but don't hide behind the anti-chrisitan facade.
Christians didn't make all those international surveys...
BTW here are the references to the info above ... look at the sources, not entirely christian at all...
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Billy, J.O.G. et al. (1993). The sexual behavior of men in the United States. Family Planning Perspectives, 25(2), 52-59.
Billy, J.O.G. et al. (1993). Reply to Stokes & McKirnan (1993). Family Planning Perspectives, 25(2), 185-186.
Cole, W. & Gorman, C. (1993). The shrinking ten percent. Time, April 26, 33-35.
Dawson, D. & Hardy, A.M. (1990-1992). National Centre for Health Statistics, Centres for Disease Control, Advance Data, 204, 1990-1992.
Diamond, Milton (1993). Homosexuality and bisexuality in different populations. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 22(4), 291-310. Discusses the design of
studies which attempt to measure sexual orientation.
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Sonenstein, F.L. et al. (1989). Sexual activity, condom use and AIDS awareness among adolescent males. Family Planning Perspectives, 21(4),
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[Edited on 27-11-2002 by Netchicken]