Throwing aside even a pretense of fairness, The Washington Post openly promoted homosexuality to teens in a front page article today about a 15-year-old boy “coming out” to embrace his “gay identity.” The Post included a video about the boy, Saro Harvey.
Post reporter Theresa Vargas's article, “Owning His Gay Identity – at 15 Years Old,” was an entirely one-sided advertisement for more school “anti-bullying” policies, which often evolve into pro-homosexual re-education campaigns.
Vargas chose to cite two pro-homosexual organizations GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) and PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays). She failed, however, to include any statements from experts who oppose the encouragement of homosexuality among the young. She also ignored the many recent alarming health reports about soaring sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS, among young gay men.
Vargas pulled out all the stops, even repeating the gay-activist-created myth that
Vargas also cited the case of Lawrence “Larry” King, an
The Washington Post article leaves the impression that Saro Harvey was born gay/trans and that anyone who suggests otherwise is a candidate for a re-education session in one of the “diversity and tolerance” clinics that often accompany anti-bullying programs. The article does quote Saro's father, James Harvey, who Vargas says “struggles to grasp what 'triggered' Saro's interest in the same sex. Had his son been molested? He questioned. Could this be just a phase?”
Vargas does not inquire any further into the possible origins of Saro's same-sex attractions nor examine the boy's relationship with his father.
For information about problems with genetic theories of homosexual attraction see Born or Bred? by this author. More information about possible causes of same-sex desires and hope for change can be found at the Web sites of Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and Gays (PFOX), or Exodus International.