Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Born Gay Hoax book review



Excerpts from The "Born Gay" Hoax by Ryan Sorba:


" Lesbian writer Jennie Ruby admits, "I don't think lesbians are born…I

think they are made…


Jan Clausen, lesbian author of the book Apples and Oranges writes, "What's

got to stop is the rigging of history to make the either/or look permanent and

universal. I understand why this argument may sound erotic to outsiders for

whom the public assertion of a coherent, unchanging lesbian or gay identity has

proved an indispensable tactic in the battle against homophobic persecution." After 12 years in a lesbian marriage, Jan Clausen fell in love with a man.


Lesbians Lyne Harne and Elaine Miller explain their feelings regarding

the born "gay" hoax: "There's nothing natural in lesbianism, 'it's a positive

choice,' and a political one."


Pop star Sinead O'Connor=admitted to be a lesbian in 2000, then she withdrew from participating in a "lesbian" music festival because of her marriage to British Press Association reporter, Nick Sommerlad…a man!


Similarly, an article appearing in The Advocate, about the now separated

couple Ellen Degeneres and Anne Heche states, "Although the couple has never

publicly discussed the reason for their break up, it has been heavily rumored that

Heche decided to go back to heterosexuality. Anne Heche married a man 2001. The Advocate tells of Heche shocking Oprah Winfrey by proclaiming, "I was not gay before I met her…" (Ellen).


Bruce Bawer, most famous for his book A Place at the Table, admitted to changing his "sexualorientation" when he told a New York Native reporter that he was "left cold by Bob and Rod, but hot for Catherine Deneuve


In his book Breaking the Surface, former Olympic diving champion Greg

Louganis, states: "what made things more confusing was that I found girls

attractive, I thought that if you were gay girls were supposed to repulse you, but

that wasn't the case, I was sexually involved with one girl from a very early



Lesbian therapist JoAnne Loulan, author of Lesbian Sex and Lesbian Passion,

who a year ago went on the Oprah Show and revealed that her new partner is a



In 1995, a Newsweek cover story reported on a survey conducted by selfidentified

"lesbian" Paula Rust, who found that two thirds of women who self-identified

as lesbian, also said that they were currently attracted to men, and 90 percent of them had been in a sexual relationships with a man.


For him [Wayne Besen] not to have heard of Anne Heche, or Greg

Louganis, or "Bro" Broberg, or "Bia," or filmmakers Gregg Araki, Elain Hollman,

Maria Maggenti, or "lesbian" literary award winning authors Joanne Loulan, and

Jan Clausen, or even the award winning book Sister Brother, would be virtually

impossible. These are all wellknown members of the so called "gay"

community, members who were very defined as either "gay" or "lesbian," and in

most cases for many years, yet all changed their so called "sexual orientation. It

seems that it would be impossible for "Wayne Besen" to be unaware of these

wellknown cases. In all likelihood, the man is a calculating and manipulative



 Dr. Stanton Jones, the provost and former chair of the psychology department at

Wheaton College, "anyone who says there is no hope [for change] is either

ignorant or a liar."


Camille Paglia, a very prominent lesbian author agrees, "Gay activists are

guilty of Stalinist disinformation when they assert that homosexuality is no

different than and equivalent to heterosexuality...is the gay identity so fragile

that it cannot bear the thought that some people may not wish to be gay?"


In closing, British lesbians Lynne Harne and Elaine Miller reflect the

thesis of this entire book perfectly in a LAMBDA Book Report, "Insisting that

'sexual desire and pleasure are socially constructed,' these women who lay claim

to radical lesbian feminism leave little room for debate in the nature – nurture

debate. "There's nothing natural in lesbianism, 'it's a positive choice,' and a

political one.""


Do these excerpts sound interesting? Read The "Born Gay" Hoax by Ryan Sorba and decide for yourself at








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