Heterosexual Agenda: The Opposite of Mamas’ Boys

Jim Burroway

September 13th, 2010

One of the more preposterous stereotypes about gay men is that they are in some way “too close” to their mothers. Joseph Nicolosi, one of the founders of the National Association for the Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) has built his career on the theory that too-close mothers and too-distant fathers make gay men.

It’s such a shame that some of us were close to our mothers. Maybe we could have benefited from having a role model like this guy:

Steve Molin, 58, a self-employed contractor with a history of bizarre behavior, told police that his mother accidentally fell out of his moving vehicle shortly before midnight Tuesday while driving on Carey Road in Berlin, Md. He said he backed up after she fell.

“It was just an accident,” he told a judge Thursday, according to the Maryland Coast Dispatch. “She suffered from Alzheimer’s and was playing with the windows.”

But Detective Cpl. Mike Lupiwok, of the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office, said investigators concluded that she had been run over two or three times. “The investigation showed it was intentional,” he said.

You can find out more of what all of those heterosexuals who don’t love their mothers are up to here and here.

[Hat tip: Pam Spaulding]

Regan DuCasse

September 14th, 2010

A couple of things among many that blow Nicolosi’s bull out of the park.

1. Although there have been incarcerated inmates researched who had been virtually fatherless by attrition and abandonment, they didn’t become gay.

2. Although a majority of black women are single mothers, and also by attrition, there is no prevalence of homosexual sons in these households commiserate with a female dominated home.

3. Although the majority of lesbian mothers are also black, there is no higher prevalence of homosexuality in their sons or daughters either

Nicolosi can easily be refuted, but he tends to not answer to these very comments, questions or statements, ESPECIALLY in an open forum.

And even as he exalts himself as being so expert on this issue, he’s selective about what questions he cares to answer. He hasn’t figured out how to do so confidently and openly. He just avoids people who would ask them. Of whom I am one.

These are all the earmarks of cowards and bullsh!t peddlers.

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