Lombard Demonstrates Why Gays Should Not be Allowed to Adopt
Paul Cameron, 303-681-3113
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., June
29 /Christian Newswire/
-- The on-line rape of his 5-year-old adopted son by Duke University's
openly-gay, Frank Lombard, is no anomaly. Instead, Lombard's
molestation fits the pattern that emerged in the latest review of the
scientific literature about gay fathers.
with his gay partner, another Duke
University employee. The
Arrest Warrant documents that Lombard
sodomized one of his two adopted African-American sons and made the boy give
him oral sex on-line. He offered other gays the same opportunity. Although the
boy was drugged, "it is likely he developed interest in gay sex through
these activities," said Dr. Paul Cameron, an expert in gay fostering/gay
adoption and author of the latest review.
the peer-reviewed Psychological Reports,
the review(1) noted that gays' children were more
frequently exposed to parental molestation and more apt to adopt homosexual
interests and activities. "The Lombard
case fits the pattern," said Dr. Cameron. "While every gay parent
does not molest his child, the scientific literature records a much higher
incidence of molestation by gay parents or foster parents."
Chairman of the Family Research Institute, a Colorado Springs think-tank, noted that the
review documented that gays' children were also:
more apt to report sexual confusion;
more apt to be socially disturbed;
more apt to abuse substances;
less apt to get married;
more apt to have difficulty in attachment and loving
more apt to have emotional difficulties.
cant that 'gay parents are no more likely to molest' is not based on evidence
but liberal ideology," said Cameron. "By endorsing gay adoption,
President Obama, the state of North Carolina, and Duke
University share blame
for this tragedy. These policy makers let dogma blind them to evidence that has
been in the literature for years. Why would anyone who cared about children
endorse adoption by members of a group which had 23% of its members admit to
sex with boys(2) or had 19% say they felt 'positive' about sex with
1. Cameron P.
Gay Fathers' Effects On Children: A Review Psychological
2. Bell AP,
Weinberg MS Homosexualities: a study of
diversity among men and women. NY: Simon & Schuster, 1978.
3. Jay K &
Young A. The Gay
report. NY: Summit,