Encouraging Heterosexuality: Helping Children Develop a Traditional Sexual Orientation

by A. Dean Byrd, Douglas A. Abbott

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This book offers a unique approach which unapologetically demonstrates how faith, tradition and science are complementary in the search for truth about what is best for children.

Their message is simple and clear: Parents can prefer and encourage heterosexuality in their children and can do so without disrespect or criticism for those who believe or differently.

Parents will find practical advice as well as cutting edge research to reinforce traditional sexual views.

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  • SKU: 5028656

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Timely & Accurate
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

This book is important to have for parents in a society that is muddling the meaning of gender. Authors assist parents in helping them understand what gender is and how to protect it. This guidance answers the call that Pres. Packer gave in the April 2009 Priesthood session: "Your gender was determined in the pre-mortal existence. You were born a male. You must treasure and protect the masculine part of your nature. You must have respectful, protective regard for all women and girls." This book WILL help parents and leaders protect their children's gender.

Ridiculous and Shameful
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

These authors don't even understand the difference between gender identity and sexual orientation. It is ridiculous and shameful that they pretend to have any applicable knowledge on either subject. Homosexuals do not choose their orientation, but these authors choose their own ignorance and perpetuate hate and discrimination.

Insightful and good information
By , Submitted on 2015-02-25

The authors are experts in their respective feilds and the information they provide is timely. I find their advice and tools are sound and can help a great deal when dealing with gender identity and fostering heterosexuality.

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A. Dean Byrd

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