UPDATE: MassResistance book on LGBT health risks gaining endorsements from physicians and conservative activists
Still the only book covering this crucial subject that no one wants to discuss.
September 20, 2017
It’s the subject that no one on the Left wants to talk about – and most conservatives are afraid to talk about. But it’s one which must be talked about.
Our groundbreaking MassResistance book, The Health Hazards of Homosexuality,is really getting people’s attention. This month the book was endorsed by two more prominent physicians, Dr. Michelle Cretella, president of the American College of Pediatricians, and Dr. John Diggs, a prominent internist in Massachusetts. The book also continues to be endorsed by prominent pro-family leaders across the country and discussed in conservative media.
Most important, the book fills a huge void that the medical establishment, the mainstream media, and the popular culture refuse to address. The book documents the vast and shocking medical and psychological health problems surrounding LGBT behavior that are rarely discussed, but commonplace. It brings together research from widely dispersed sources including the federal Centers for Disease Control, medical professional groups, published medical research, media reports, and even LGBT medical groups – and presents it for the reader in clear layman’s terms.
Moreover, it is a tool and information source that is sorely needed by the average person confronted by the overwhelming and aggressive LGBT agenda throughout society.
Physicians recommend the book because it is virtually the only exhaustive compendium available, taken from unimpeachable sources. Moreover, it deals with the fallout from LGBT behaviors as a public health issue.
Activists see the book as the crucial missing piece for parents and citizens confronted by all the school programs, media propaganda, government mandates, corporate intimidation, and everything else that the LGBT agenda controls and pushes. Despite all the media propaganda, the actual scientific data shows that the LGBT lifestyle is anything but stable and healthy.
Below are excerpts from the endorsements of the book. (Read the full endorsements here.)
Michelle Cretella, MD, President of the American College of Pediatricians:
John R. Diggs, Jr., MD, internist:
Paul Church, MD, urologist and lecturer on sexually transmitted diseases:
Conservative and pro-family leaders
Matt Barber, Constitutional Attorney; Co-Founder & General Counsel, Christian Civil Rights Watch (CCRW); founder, BarbWire.com:
Michael L. Brown, PhD, host, “Line of Fire” radio show; author of A Queer Thing Happened to America; Outlasting the Gay Revolution; and Can You Be Gay and Christian?
Peter LaBarbera, Americans for Truth about Homosexuality:
Cliff Kincaid, America's Survival. (He also interviewed Dr. Church on the book.)
Arthur Goldberg, Co-Director of the American-based Jewish Institute for Global Awareness, (JIFGA):
Dr. Scott Lively, DefendTheFamily.com, pastor, attorney, and author of Redeeming the Rainbow and The Pink Swastika:
Lori Porter, MAT, MBA, Director, Parents' Rights in Education, Oregon:
Linda Harvey, MissionAmerica.com; columnist, WND.com:
The Sandy Rios in the Morning Show, heard on the American Family Association’s network local radio stations from Maine to California. On Friday, Sept. 15, Sandy interviewed Brian Camenker about the book.
Dr. Michael Brown’s The Line of Fire radio show, heard on the Salem Radio Network across America. Dr. Brown interviewed Brian Camenker about the book. (NOTE: Interview starts at the 25-minute mark),
The Mission America Radio Show, with Linda Harvey, heard locally in Ohio and nationally on the Moody Radio Network. Linda discusses how the book is important for dealing with the LGBT agenda. (3/29/17)
See more reviews and interviews in the conservative media on the book here.
Not yet attacked by LGBT lobby …
Interestingly, the book has yet not been attacked by the LGBT lobby, though that may be coming soon. Of course, some of the most damaging information in the book is taken from LGBT medical groups and other LGBT sources. To publicly bring up these issues documented in the book would likely open up a debate that they’d rather not have.