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Crouse trots out same old stats to show how gays threaten marriage

Crouse trots out same old stats to show how gays threaten marriage

Last week, Concerned Women for America posted a video featuring Janice Crouse, a Senior Fellow of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, discussing the three biggest threats to the institution of marriage.

Among them were promiscuity, co-habitation, and, of course, homosexuality.

Crouse’s presentation was chock-full of statistics that she pulled from who-knows where but they featured heavily in her case that the institution of marriage was threaten by gay relationships because gays have a much shorter life span, much higher suicide and STD rates, do not maintain relationships for longer than a year and a half, increased rates of abuse and have multiple sexual partners:

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