Some people are understandably confused in their search for accurate information and facts about sexual orientation and Gender Identity Disorder in youth.  A major reason for this confusion is that professional associations, such as the American Psychological Association (APA) and others, put out information that contradicts the information presented on this website.

The reality is that these ostensibly professional associations have too often elevated political correctness over solid science.  In fact, this web resource has been created largely to cut through this confusion.  While it is not a primary objective of this site to explore this situation in any detail, it is clear that many visitors are interested in determining for themselves how serious this problem truly is.

To assist them in this effort we suggest the following resources.

  • “The Trojan Couch” provides a comprehensive summary of how the mental health professions were pressured by homosexual activists to drop homosexuality from the list of recognized mental disorders and lays out a revealing critique of the validity of the science on which this decision was based.
  • Dr. Lisa Diamond, a top researcher of the American Psychological Association (APA) and avowed lesbian activist, states that viewing sexuality as exclusively two types — heterosexual and homosexual — that are rigid and unchangeable no longer applies. California psychologist Laura A. Haynes writes in this essay that “the battle to disprove ‘born that way and can’t change’ is now over, and [Diamond] is telling LGBT activists to stop promoting the myth.”