Homosexual Survey Missing Objectivity

More half-truths or outright lies from the homosexual activist.

According to a recent survey by a pro-homosexual organization, nine out of ten lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students said they experienced some form of harassment at school. But one education analyst is questioning the report’s credibility.

Candi Cushman, education analyst with Focus on the Family’s CitizenLink, says the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network’s (GLSEN) survey lacks objectivity.

“All of the data and the way it was interpreted was done by their own in-house activists,” Cushman points out. “The report lists four authors — all of whom are employed by GLSEN and who have been involved with GLSEN for many years, in many cases as volunteers in GLSEN’s local chapters.”

She also explains that the report does not offer a national representation of how bullying affects millions of students, because the survey does not comprise a sample of individuals across the spectrum.

“It’s a widely-recognized problem that surveys that rely on self-selection have the most risk of being unreliable and tainted because people that choose to participate, that self-select to participate, are usually highly motivated for a reason to do that,” the education analyst suggests.

Cushman believes GLSEN is using the survey to push its radical homosexual agenda in the public schools as it is working to incorporate homosexual and transgender themes throughout curricula in unrelated classes like math and English.

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