Warren Throckmorton

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FIRST-PERSON: Environmental factors & homosexuality

GROVE CITY, Pa. (BP)--Mark Twain said once: "Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated." If environmental factors in sexual preference could talk, they might say the same thing. For sure, social or family factors in influencing sexual attractions have been written off by numerous scholars and media members. However, a new Danish study may prompt a fresh evaluation of the role of social factors in sexual orientation.

FIRST-PERSON: Abortion and mental health consequences

GROVE CITY, Pa. (BP)--Recent research from Norway and New Zealand has reported an association between abortion and subsequent mental health problems. Although the two investigations are not the first to suggest such a relationship, they are well-designed studies suggesting that abortion may be linked to negative mental health reactions for some women.

FIRST-PERSON: A ‘thankful’ Michael Newdow

GROVE CITY, Pa. (BP--Upon learning that a federal judge issued an order against the Elk Grove (Calif.) United School District forbidding even the voluntary recitation of "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance, lawsuit instigator Michael Newdow said this: "A federal judge did as he was supposed to do and upheld the Constitution. We should be thankful that we have a judiciary that will do that."

FIRST-PERSON: Should raunchy be the fourth R?

GROVE CITY, Pa. (BP)--School is starting around the country. Awaiting anxious students are new schedules, new teachers, new challenges and in some school districts, old controversies about what books should be read in school. Wow, where did the summer go?

FIRST-PERSON: Teaching homosexuality in our schools

GROVE CITY, Pa. (BP)--Students are approaching the final days of this educational year, but increasingly parents are heading back to school.