Posted March 22nd, 2017
FRI Chairman, Dr. Paul Cameron, addressed the College Republican campus group at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs on March 8, 2017. We have posted a portion of the video of his address here. Dr. Cameron’s presentation was entitled “Will Homosexuality’s Rapid Rise Among Youth Ruin Trump’s Plans?”
He cited new research on the linkage between the demographic crisis facing the U.S. and the Western world in general, the recent growth in homosexuality among both our youth and young adults, and the fact that states which voted for Hillary Clinton in the recent U.S. presidential election exhibit significantly lower average total fertility rates than states which voted for Donald Trump.
Posted March 15th, 2017
Gay activists go to great lengths to distinguish homosexual love and gay sex from sex with children or animals. Gay love, they assert, is just like man-woman love, leading to the same kinds and qualities of sexual desire and commitment. Homosexuality and heterosexuality should thus be regarded and treated equally.
Posted November 29th, 2016
In FRI’s recent trip to Europe, three scientific studies Dr. Cameron brought to Poland jolted its Parliament. They also excited audiences across the country, and made the media furious. Each of these studies showed why accepting the LGBT agenda is a big mistake.
Posted April 1st, 2014
The push for gay marriage is also a push for acceptance of homosexual parents. But what are the risks of homosexual parenting? It is well-documented that those who engage in homosexuality are — as a group — much more likely to molest children than are heterosexuals. We also know that parents are constantly around their children. So what about homosexual parents? Are they more likely to molest their own children, that is, to commit incest? Read more
Posted February 4th, 2014
Dr. Marvin Olasky has responded here to our critique of his column in World Magazine regarding Uganda’s legislative efforts to curb homosexuality. While we respect Dr. Olasky’s analysis and commentary in many areas, we disagree with his thinking in this instance. In fact, on its face, Olasky’s position (similar to that of many Evangelical leaders/commentators) leads to a troubling disregard of the importance of law in curbing and containing sexual sin, as well as a glossing over of the destructive consequences of homosexual behavior. Read more
Posted January 16th, 2014
Homosexuals today commonly assert ‘I was born that way,’ and many accept it. Some of this ‘born so’ posturing is just that — posturing. There is a great deal of evidence against the notion that homosexuals are ‘born that way.’ For instance, why should it be that an identical twin has about the same likelihood of having the homosexual preferences of his twin, as he does when compared to another non-twin sibling who does not share an identical genetic makeup? Why is it true that boys raised in cities are 3 to 4 times more apt, and those raised in religiously devout homes 3 to 4 times less apt, to have homosexual tastes as those raised in more rural areas or less religious homes? A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) of ~150,000 teens aged 14–18 years old provides yet more evidence against the ‘born that way’ claim. 
Posted January 16th, 2014
The first commandment to mankind recorded in the Bible  — “be fruitful and multiply; fill the earth and subdue it” — is social. The God of the Bible gave man the ability to control (“subdue”) the earth. He also commanded man to have children and to increase in number. That having children — the ‘fruit of sex’ — is specifically commanded suggests the possibility that societies tend naturally toward social suicide.