APA discovers that people enjoy sin
The American Psychological Association has made the groundbreaking discovery that people like to sin and do not like to stop sinning. They also don't like to be told that they are sinning, so I'm sure the loons will attack me for even calling homosexuality a sin or implying the existence of God.
Despite the protestations of some, neither the APA nor anyone else has definitively proven that homosexuality is an immutable characteristic like race or gender. If it were an immutable characteristic, no one could change and the fact is, many have changed. Homosexuality is a lifestyle choice and whether you agree with me regarding its sinful nature, it remains a lifestyle choice.
Note that this is the same organization that, until 1973, included homosexuality in its Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). What has changed? Perhaps it has something to do with the organized effort on the part of homosexuals that began about that time in an effort to "normalize" and "mainstream" their behavior.
This recent pronouncement is little more than an attempt to try and build support for ENDA and federal hate crimes legislation because it fits their agenda. These bills are government power-grabs that will be used to squelch unpopular positions and unpopular speech. I really don't care what people do in their bedroom, but let's stop with the suggestion that the activity does not constitute a choice on the part of the participants.
UPDATE: This article implies that the committee that made the decision consisted of people who were openly gay or were gay activists. I'm. Just. Shocked.