Here’s an old story from a few years back. It goes with the thread about showing homosexual movies in a History of Medicine class.
I hope everyone sees how satanistic forces are taking over our universities. We need to clean out all these nests of evil NOW!!
‘How to be Gay’ course draws fire at Michigan
Evil. Pure evil.
HH, just come out. You’ll feel much better about yourself. You’re obviously overcompensating and not fooling anybody. Besides, the nickname gives you away.
FORREST SAWYER: Henry Adams, psychologist and professor emeritus at the University of Georgia, says people like Steve Mullins demonstrate the most intense and violent kind of homophobia: that which is internalized.
Dr. HENRY ADAMS: It might be a pocket description of a homophobe, someone who has this kind of arousal, is ashamed of it, does not want anybody to know about it, and gets angry as they can be when someone instigates his sexual arousal.
FORREST SAWYER: In the early 1900s, Sigmund Freud introduced the theory that people who hate homosexuals are actually repressing their own homoerotic desires. In 1995, Henry Adams decided to test Freud’s idea. Adams only included men in this study because, he says, it’s usually homophobia in males that produces violence. First he measured the intensity of the participants’ negative feelings toward gays. Based on their responses, he divided them into two groups: homophobic and non-homophobic.
GRADUATE STUDENT: OK, we’re going to show you a couple videos.
FORREST SAWYER: Adams and two graduate students demonstrate how the study was conducted.
GRADUATE STUDENT: If the video arouses you, let it arouse you. If not, then don’t. I want you to put this on, about half-way down your penis.
FORREST SAWYER: With a measuring gauge around his penis, the participant watches heterosexual, lesbian and gay male sex scenes.
Dr. HENRY ADAMS: He’s losing the erection. Coming down.
FORREST SAWYER: In the next room, Adams records the subject’s sexual response. Adams says the findings suggest Freud was right.
Dr. HENRY ADAMS: That’s what we found in our study, is that guys who hate gays, who are homophobic, in fact respond to homosexual activity.
FORREST SAWYER: But Adams did not tell that to the people in the study.
Dr. HENRY ADAMS: I should have asked them straight up, “Are you aware of the fact that you’ve got some homosexual arousal?” We didn’t do that. We should have because one of the big issues in this study is, so you’ve demonstrated that they’ve got homosexual arousal. Are they aware of it or are they not? If Freud was right, they’re not aware of it. In other words, it’s repressed, and this kind of thing. I’m not quite sure I believe that. I think they are aware of it, and they don’t like it in themselves.
J Abnorm Psychol. 1996 Aug;105(3):440-5.
Is homophobia associated with homosexual arousal?
Adams HE, Wright LW Jr, Lohr BA.
Department of Psychology, University of Georgia, Athens 30602-3013, USA.
The authors investigated the role of homosexual arousal in exclusively heterosexual men who admitted negative affect toward homosexual individuals. Participants consisted of a group of homophobic men (n = 35) and a group of nonhomophobic men (n = 29); they were assigned to groups on the basis of their scores on the Index of Homophobia (W. W. Hudson & W. A. Ricketts, 1980). The men were exposed to sexually explicit erotic stimuli consisting of heterosexual, male homosexual, and lesbian videotapes, and changes in penile circumference were monitored. They also completed an Aggression Questionnaire (A. H. Buss & M. Perry, 1992). Both groups exhibited increases in penile circumference to the heterosexual and female homosexual videos. Only the homophobic men showed an increase in penile erection to male homosexual stimuli. The groups did not differ in aggression. Homophobia is apparently associated with homosexual arousal that the homophobic individual is either unaware of or denies.
You seem quite interested in this topic…issues?