Dr. Paul Cameron of the bogus anti-gay Family Research Institute recently released a report that declared children adopted by gay couples were at risk because homos have a shorter life span, according to his “research.”
A Danish expert came forward to blast the report.
A recent report claiming that homosexuals have significantly shorter life spans than heterosexuals is drawing fire from an expert who describes the study as “severely methodologically flawed.”
“It is no wonder why this pseudo-scientific report claiming a drastically shorter life expectancy in homosexuals compared with heterosexuals has been published on the internet without preceding scientific peer-review,” criticized Danish epidemiologist Morten Frisch, according to a statement that appeared in the weblog of Dr. Warren Throckmorton. Throckmorton is a psychology professor at the Grove City College and a noted expert on sexuality issues.
“The methodological flaws are of such a grave nature that no decent peer-reviewed scientific journal should let it pass for publication,” said Frisch, the main author of a recent report on environmental influences on marriage decisions among heterosexuals and homosexuals.