Zev Porat

Monday, May 2, 2016

Are Fathers Making Their Sons Gay? Here are the Facts!

In a recent PNN Radio interview Kevin Swinton recounted to host Mike Shoesmith the truth about how he became entangled in the homosexual lifestyle. Kevin told of how his father, even though he loved him, was unable to relate to his very specific emotional needs as a young boy. Kevin admitted candidly that he never stopped looking for this love and this carried over into adulthood and manifested itself sexually.

Kevin has come out of the same-sex lifestyle and is currently writing a book about his journey and how the Lord has delivered him into a healthy heterosexual life.

Kevin's tale is bolstered by the publicly available biographies of many famous people who are homosexual, people like Barry Manilow.

Axs.com's article, Barry Manilow: 5 things you may not know about the man who writes the songs, reads in part,
Barry Manilow has an interesting list of romantic partners: Manilow was married to a woman named Susan Deixler in June 1964. Reportedly she was a childhood sweetheart. The couple’s marriage was annulled on Jan. 6, 1966. In addition to a wife, Manilow has dated Melissa Manchester and Lorna Luft. Earlier this year the Internet blew up with rumors that Barry had married his long-time manager Garry Keif in 2014. Neither Manilow nor Kief have commented and no paperwork has been filed by them to legalize a domestic partnership or marriage.
Prior to this revelation about Barry's sexual prowess, the following is also revealed,
Harold Pincus is Barry’s biological father. His original last name was Keliher. Pincus was also of distant Jewish decent. Barry’s mother’s family was Jewish. Barry did not really know his biological father and at age 13 he legally changed his last name to his mother’s maiden name of Manilow.
Barry did not really know his biological father, the article explains. If this was an isolated case it could be dismissed as a coincidence. However, Elton John, another famous homosexual, has a very similar tale to tell. Wikipedia reports,
With Stanley Dwight (Elton John's father) uninterested in his son and often physically absent, John was raised primarily by his mother and maternal grandmother. When his father was home, the Dwights would have terrible arguments that greatly distressed their son. When John was 14, they divorced.
Still not convinced? How about Nathan Lane? Again from Wikipedia, "His father, Daniel, was a truck driver and an aspiring tenor who died from alcoholism when Lane was eleven."

And how about Anderson Cooper? When Anderson was 10 his father suffered a series of heart attacks while undergoing open-heart surgery, and died January 5, 1978, at the age of 50. Interestingly Cooper's older brother, Carter Vanderbilt Cooper, committed suicide on July 22, 1988, at age 23. (Source)

Rock Hudson? Hudson was born in Winnetka, Illinois, the only child of telephone operator Katherine Wood (of English and Irish descent) and auto mechanic Roy Harold Scherer, Sr. (of German and Swiss descent), who abandoned the family during the depths of the Great Depression. (Source)

And the list goes on and on. You get the point. Please take the time to listen to Kevin's testimony below. You do not have to live a lie any more.

1 comment:

  1. John Lennon did not know his biological father. :)