“Such a liberal view of sex and relationships didn’t happen overnight: the American Psychological Association was on board in the 1970s when the similarly named American Psychiatric Association, bowing to pressure, dropped homosexuality from its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. It had been included as a mental disorder in the very first DSM published in 1952.”
(Charlie Butts & Billy Davis – OneNews Now) The professional association that bowed to pressure from homosexual activists during the 1970s is now advocating adultery among married couples.
Laurie Higgins of the Illinois Family Institute (IFI) suggests no one should ever consider the American Psychological Association a legitimate source again, citing the push for “consensual non-monogamy” from a group of lesbian and homosexual psychologists.
According to Higgins and IFI, an APA group known as Division 44, founded in the 1980s, formed a “task force advisory board” last year that examined consensual non-monogamy in the interest of “relationship diversity” and has now released its findings.
“Consensual mon-monogamy” is professional euphemism for adultery and infidelity.
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