- Paperback: 304 pages
- Publisher: Liberal Mind Publishers (March 10, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0997637315
- ISBN-13: 978-0997637311
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
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- Average Customer Review: 32 customer reviews
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“Dr. Nicolosi is, I believe, the foremost authority on the prevention and treatment of homosexuality today ....
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The ineffability of sexual orientation is not a moral argument, but a scientific one. What we are sexually aroused by is a product of our biology, not our upbringing.
There's really one way for parents to "prevent" homosexuality: Don't reproduce, because if you, you always roll the dice that your offspring might end up with same-sex attraction. This is beyond your control, and it is beyond their control.
This is well written, well thought out and approaches the topic with very clear concern and care for children rather than being rooted in any kind of idle bigotry. Given the alarmingly high rates of suicide, drug addiction, STI and HIV infection and domestic abuse rampant among homosexuals and bisexuals, I can't imagine why anyone in their right mind would NOT want to help guide their children towards a healthy heterosexual future. A rare gem of a book.
It would be nice to not have to raise kids in a society that insists on telling kindergartners that they need to get sexually attracted to something quick and go after it, and instead just let them grow up innocently, and help them understand someday if need be that there really is no stain to singleness, and that some of the most influential people in the world never got married. This book probably wouldn't be necessary if it weren't for the push for sexual polarization and glorification.