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UN Appoints Global LGBT Ombudsman, Nations Push Back
The Human Rights Council appointed a prominent gay rights activist as UN ombudsman for LGBT issues last week.
Historic UN Clash on LGBT Rights Set for November
Supporters of LGBT rights at the UN are preparing for the most important vote on their agenda since 2008.
400,000 Mexicans Protest Homosexual Marriage, Pope Francis Lends Support
Last week, 400,000 Mexicans took to the streets in their nation’s capital to oppose the President Enrique Peña Nieto’s plan to impose homosexual marriage on the country.
Will New Saint Bring New Allies to UN Abortion Debates?
Mother Teresa’s canonization in Rome reverberated at an event in UN headquarters where top diplomats praised the saint as the very essence of the UN’s mission even if they had opposed her message on life and family issues in the past.
Pro-Life Heroine Mother Teresa Will Be Declared a Saint
Mother Teresa will be declared a Saint by Pope Francis in a special ceremony on Sunday at the Vatican.
New Sexuality and Gender Scholarship Undermines Global LGBT Policy
A review of more than 200 scientific articles on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual (LGBT) health undermines common assumptions used in the effort to create international LGBT laws and policies.
Gender Ideology Leads to Child Abuse: Pediatricians
“Facts – not ideology – determine reality,” the American College of Pediatricians (ACP) said in a warning to legislators and educators about the dangers of surgical and medical sex change operations to children.
Did WHO Cover Up Evidence of Contraceptive-HIV Link?
A new study suggests the World Health Organization, Gates Foundation, USAID and other wealthy donors knowingly downplayed increased risk of HIV from contraception they distribute to women in developing countries.
Chilean Executive Fast-Tracks LGBT Agenda When International Bodies Won’t
The Government of Chile promised to “promote, advance, and support” the homosexual agenda in an audacious settlement agreement that goes far beyond what the homosexual activists could have ever hoped for from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights where it was reached.
The Family Hangs in the Balance as UN Conference on Housing Nears
New global plans for urban development may for the first time fail to direct any attention at all to the specific needs of the family as America and Europe try…
The History of the Syndemic of AIDS among Gay Men in the United States and the Failure of the Risk Reduction Strategy
HIV/AIDS is no longer a major concern for the public in the United States. It doesn’t even make the list, but the epidemic rolls on.
Briefing Papers and Factsheets
Traditional Marriage makes children happier, healthier: Study
Our relationship with our biological parents influences our happiness long after we’ve flown the nest.
New Report Shows Which Countries are Best for the Family
A new report demonstrates to policy makers which countries are best at helping traditional families and which are failing.
LGBT Agenda Advances, Drives Wedge in UN System
The UN Human Rights Council narrowly adopted a resolution establishing the position of “independent expert on protection against violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity,” with 22 votes in favor, 19 against, and 6 abstentions.
LGBT rights and abortion as a fundamental right: the 46th General Assembly of the OAS.
The Dominican Republic is about to host the General Assembly of the Organization of the American States (OAS). As observers predicted, this year also the resolutions that the member…
Mexicans defend the family – and the whole world joins them. #DefendemosLaFamilia
After the recent declarations of the Mexican President, who is pushing for same-sex marriage and for constitutional amendments, more than one thousand Mexican NGOs have reunited: to defend the family….
Paraguay Defies Organization of American States, Defends Unborn and Family
President Horacio Cartes of Paraguay has vowed to fight any threat from the Organization of American States to impose abortion or redefine the family to include homosexual couples.
Sweden teaches homosexuality in pre-school: will it be a leader?
While Sweden decided to lead the deconstruction of the sexes and to teach its pre-school children that sexuality is fluid, other European countries are showing resistance. The Swedish Equality Ombudsman…
Two More Catholic Countries Bow to the Homosexual Lobby
Italy joined the list of countries that provide special protections to same-sex relations this week., through a controversial act of its national legislature.
The last Italian hope against homosexual “marriage”
“Three centuries ago, Giambattista Vico wrote that societies collapse when these the three fundamental categories are undermined: the altars (meaning religion, with a capital “r”, not the specific confession),…
Does Planned Parenthood Care as Much About Homosexuality as Abortion?
As the homosexual agenda has risen in popularity and draws enormous amounts of money, other movements are latching onto it.
Five Big Pro-Life and Pro-Family Wins in 2015
The year just ended will prove to be a significant one for the United Nations. Two much anticipated agreements were finalized, one on development and another on climate.
Slovenia: same-sex “marriage” law reversed
No, despite of what politicians and mass-media would have you believe, the legal recognition of same-sex “marriages” is neither inevitable nor irreversible. On the contrary: where people are allowed to…
“European DOMA” compatible with EU fundamental values, Commission says
The European Commission has announced yesterday that it will officially register the new European Citizens’ Initiative “Mum, Dad & Kids”, which intends to collect signatures in support of a law…
African Women’s Solutions to War Clash with Feminists’ Agenda
When the UN Security Council adopted its latest resolution on the role of women in international peacebuilding and security last month, a familiar clash of opinions surfaced—among women. In particular, feminists driving the international policies are on opposite sides of women living in the realities of war-challenged areas.