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Anti-gay group leader: Study doesn’t prove bullying is worse for LGBT kids, ‘if there is such a thing’

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  1. Oh … those ‘loving’ Christians. Surely, if you were a ‘caring’ person, you wouldn’t give a crap about the reason. You would just not want EVER to see ANY kid bullied … no matter the reason. These people are truely sick.

  2. Dave North 21 Feb 2013, 5:00pm

    “…..you’d say: maybe I’m crazy.”

    At least you got that right.

  3. In denying homophobic abuse of children or trying to encourage the denial of what is a living hell for the victims, he is a menace to children. Homophobic bullying in schools is actually child abuse. For him to be a child abuse-denier reveals just how much of a danger to children he really is. What a disgusting man.

  4. Liam the God 21 Feb 2013, 5:10pm

    If you close your eyes and ears you can ignore the existence of anything: That’s what I do with “One Direction”. :)

  5. of course there are no gay or questioning teen, we all wait untill what, 30 or 40 years old to ‘come out’ what a f$%#tard

  6. Katie kool-eyes 21 Feb 2013, 5:51pm

    “He went on to accuse the survey of being “not scientific”.”

    Seeing as he believes in the bible, he should be more careful in that glass house of his.

    1. Excellent point. I bet if the studies had fit his belief, he would defend them as “very scientific”.

  7. Marcwebbo3 21 Feb 2013, 8:46pm

    If there is such a thing?????…..just ask the parents of a child who committed suicide because of homophobic bullying that question and see what kind of answer you get….lunatic

  8. Paul Essex/London 21 Feb 2013, 9:37pm

    Yes it must be really inconvenient when your standing up against the ‘evil’ of the world to have all your hard work undermined, because many of the people you condemn are frightened vulnerable children. Must be so much easier to deny their very existence, a bit like the Roman Catholic Church did for decades with children sexually abused by Priests.

  9. Sheer willful ignorance and chutzpah.

  10. Keep in mind that these are two of the most vicious homophobes in the US. Both the American Family Association and Camenker’s group, MassResistance, are listed anti-gay hate groups. They’re both nut jobs.

  11. PeterinSydney 22 Feb 2013, 7:28am

    What a disgusting moron!!

  12. It’s good to know your enemy but, really, sometimes reading about people this thick yet with some sort of public platform just depresses me.

  13. Maybe it is a good thing that they have such a maniac as a spokesman.

    While his “scientific” viewpoint doubts the existence of gay children in schools, those closer to planet earth such as gay children, teachers, parents and their friends know this is bs.

  14. Jock S. Trap 22 Feb 2013, 10:37am

    Yet again adults who feel it is completely acceptable to hurt and discriminate against children.

    It’s totally disgusting that go on to to say ridiculous comments about how being gay is harmful without even caring that the reason many have problems, esp with mental health is because these nasty bigoted people.

    It’s completely unacceptable and damaging and I can only hope that these vile people fade away in time and stop being so discriminating towards anyone let alone children.

  15. Of course.
    GLBT students just have a strange fetish for violent physical and psychological abuse they have to suffer with throughout their school years, by bigots.
    No one’s really gay
    *rolls eyes*
    Just like no one’s really ‘fat’, or black or disabled, overly intelligent.

  16. Erm..speaking from personal experience .I, probably like 99.9 per cent of people who are reading this on Pink News right now, can definitely assure Mr. Camenker that when it comes to bullying of LGBT students at school there ‘is such a thing'(!) ….And I suspect he really knows it as well – if so, why the dishonesty from someone who’s supposed to adhere by the ten commandments?

    1. Liam the God 23 Feb 2013, 4:07pm

      Hey, they’re not commandments; just “Guidelines”. After all, they bang on about Leviticus saying Homosexuality is an abomination, then wear Poly/Cotton shirts, eat pork and shellfish, and work (read “go on TV and rant and demand money”) on the Sabbath, which they have as a Sunday, as opposed to the Saturday that Leviticus would be referring to; why pay attention to ten rules? I mean, they’re not written in stone! What? They ARE written in stone? Oh, I see: They were written in Stone, but when Moses came back from Mt Sinai he was so angry that he smashed them. SMASHED the STONES given to him by GOD! So nobody OTHER than Moses actually knew what was written on them in the first place, and he was delirious after spending so many days without food or water on the side of a FUCKING VOLCANO!!
      Makes perfect sense…..

    2. Liam the God 23 Feb 2013, 4:07pm

      Hey, they’re not commandments; just “Guidelines”. After all, they bang on about Leviticus saying Homosexuality is an abomination, then wear Poly/Cotton shirts, eat pork and shellfish, and work (read “go on TV and rant and demand money”) on the Sabbath, which they have as a Sunday, as opposed to the Saturday that Leviticus would be referring to; why pay attention to ten rules? I mean, they’re not written in stone! What? They ARE written in stone? Oh, I see: They were written in Stone, but when Moses came back from Mt Sinai he was so angry that he smashed them. SMASHED the STONES given to him by GOD! So nobody OTHER than Moses actually knew what was written on them in the first place, and he was delirious after spending so many days without food or water on the side of a FUCKING VOLCANO!!
      Makes perfect sense…..

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