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He assured the group that "my commitment to you is unwavering," andpointed out that he has called on Congress to "repeal the so-called Defenseof Marriage Act."

To what extent do you agree? (Reported 2017, Academic Test)

Discuss both sides and give your opinion.

Discuss both sides and give your opinion. (Reported 2017, GT Test)

The Day of Truth was established to “counter the promotion of thehomosexual agenda and express an opposing viewpoint from a Christianperspective,” says the Alliance Defence Fund’s website.

Discuss both views and give your opinion. (Reported 2017, GT Test)

The second annual Truth day was sponsored by the Alliance Defence Fund, anorganization that defends religious freedom in the U.S., in response toyesterday’s Day of Silence. Sponsored by the Gay, Lesbian, Straight EducationNetwork, the Day of Silence is a no-talk day observed by students in protest ofopposition to homosexuality.

Why do you think some parents put too much pressure on their children to perform well at school?

What could be done to balance out the numbers?

More recently, a study of 882 dissatisfied homosexuals (726 of whom had received reparative therapy) found that 45.4% made major changes in their orientation, while 35.1% did not (Nicolosi, Byrd, & Potts, June, 2000). Interestingly, 26% of the therapists surveyed in a related study were ex-gays themselves (Nicolosi, Byrd, & Potts, April, 2000).

What do you think is the role of a teacher?

The results for orientation reparative therapy are quite impressive. The average success rate for reparative therapies prior to 1973 was 53% (Satinover, 1996).

Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages of this trend?

As early as 1978, Bell & Weinberg (whom Reis also quotes) found that 84% of homosexuals and 29% of heterosexuals shifted their sexual orientation at least once in their life, and 32% of homosexuals and 4% of heterosexuals reported a second shift in orientation. A significant 13% of homosexuals claimed at least five orientation changes in their lifetime (Bell & Weinberg, 1978).

What do you think the role of a parent should be in their child’s education?

Discuss both sides and give your opinion.

Madam Justice McLachlin acknowledged this, but also compromised it by claiming that religious views cannot deny equal recognition of a minority group (read: homosexual).

Some people think that teachers should be able to ask disruptive children to leave the class.

In what way do children benefit from this?

At issue is whether the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission's protection based on sexual orientation includes sexual practices, and, if so, to what extent. . . . .

Do you think it is the best way to deal with a disruptive child in the classroom?

Discuss both sides and give your opinion.

Masters and Schwartz achieved even more impressive results with a two week intensive therapy program at their sexual disorders treatment centre in St. Louis. Their behaviour modification program had a 65% success rate after a five year follow-up in one study (Schwartz & Masters, 1984), and a 71% success rate after a six year follow-up (Masters & Johnson, 1979). Even Kinsey himself reported more than 80 cases of successful revision therapy (Pomeroy, 1972). I contend that the so-called is primarily due to a combination of willful ignorance of published research and successful lobbying against those who fund research in the field (Socarides, 1996).