Johns Hopkins Distances From Psychiatrists’ Report That There’s No “Scientific Evidence” People Born Homosexual

No surprise there.  Anti-science LGBT radicals warned that there would be “consequences” unless Johns Hopkins distanced itself from psychiatrists Dr. Lawrence Mayer and Dr. Paul McHugh who wrote the report. What did the LGBT mean by consequences? First off, they’re going to discredit and marginalize Drs. Mayer and McHugh for daring to write the report. Christian News Network reveals the “Gay Gestapo’s” plans for Johns Hopkins should they fail to throw the psychiatrists under the bus:

no-thinkingOfficials with Johns Hopkins Medicine have distanced themselves from a report written by two of its psychiatrists that states that there is no scientific evidence that people are born homosexual or in the wrong body.

“In recent months, some have questioned our position, both inside and outside the institution, not because of any change in our practice or policy, but because of the varied individual opinions expressed publicly by members of the Johns Hopkins Medicine community,” wrote Dr. Paul Rothman, dean of medical faculty, and Ronald Peterson, president of Johns Hopkins Health System, in an email letter sent on Oct. 7 to students and alumni.

“We have taken these concerns seriously. We want to reiterate our institutional support for LGBT individuals and update you on the work we are doing to further that commitment,” it stated.

As previously reported, in August, Johns Hopkins psychiatrists Dr. Lawrence Mayer and Dr. Paul McHugh penned a controversial report entitled Sexuality and Gender: Findings from the Biological, Psychological, and Social Sciences, which was published in The New Atlantis.

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