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Behind last month’s 5-4 Supreme Court ruling against traditional marriage is an even more alarming phenomenon: The tidal-wave change in American public opinion on same-sex marriage. In a matter of a mere 3 years, public opinion as measured by Gallup shifted from 44% approval of gay marriage in 2010 to the current 53% approval — a leap of nearly 10%.

That cultural change is the work of Gay Inc. — a trio of powerful and well-financed homosexual activist groups:

  1. Human Rights Campaign (HRC), America’s largest LGBT group.
  2. Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD).
  3. National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF).

HRC, with a total budget of more than $40 million, had thrown an enormous amount of resources behind the “fight for gay marriage.” Its “Millions for Marriage” campaign had, quite literally, raised millions.

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But, revealing its priorities, Gay Inc. is indifferent to the alarming 22% increase of HIV infection among young sodomites. If HIV continues to spread at current rates, half of college-aged gay men will have the infection by the age of 50.

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Elizabeth Flock reports for US News, July 3, 2013, that in December 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released startling new data showing a 22% increase in HIV infections in young gay men between 2008 and 2010, although new HIV infections had remained steady in the general public. Gay men represented two-thirds of new infections. Nor are HIV drugs keeping them alive: Nearly 6,000 gay men were dying of AIDS every year.

Jonathan Mermin, the director of the CDC’s division of HIV/AIDS prevention, pointedly notes that “Gay and bisexual men remain at the epicenter of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. But HIV is not always at the top of the list of priorities for LGBT organizations.”