Thanks to former Templeton Prize winner Chuck Colson, we now have a better idea of how homosexuality develops:
A little boy I’ll call “Stevie” was a beautiful, healthy child. But by age five, his parents suspected something was wrong. Stevie loved Barbie dolls, the color pink, and dancing around like a ballerina.
Oh no! Not PINK!!!
Without intervention, [Dr. Joseph] Nicolosi said, Stevie had a 75-percent chance of growing up homosexual, bisexual, or transgender.
In his book, A Parent’s Guide to Preventing Homosexuality, Nicolosi describes what had likely led to Stevie’s preoccupation with feminine things. Nicolosi explains that as infants, boys and girls alike are emotionally attached to their mothers. It’s normal for girls to continue developing their feminine identity through their relationship with their mothers. But boys must dis-identify from their mothers and begin to identify with their fathers. Clearly, Stevie had not begun to do this; he continued to identify with his mother.
And that’s how Little Stevie caught Teh Gey.
Oh, Colson is an Evangelical Christian. Forgot to mention that.
Who am I kidding — you already knew that, right?
(via WTF Would Jesus Do?)