"As a pro-family organization, we would prefer not to use R-rated language in reporting the news--but in our current culture of sexual dysfunction, sometimes it can't be helped. Fiscal and social conservatives should have no trouble uniting in outrage over the news that federal taxpayer money from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was used to subsidize a researcher studying the size of the male sex organ in homosexual men. The researchers wanted to see what difference size made for the men's 'sexual health.'
"The main difference they found was in the positions assumed when such men engage in a certain sexual act, which former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop rightly called 'simply too dangerous to practice.' Men having sex with men is a high-risk activity that should be discouraged altogether, not subjected to bizarre research at taxpayer expense. Let's tell President Obama, Congress, and the NIH: We'd like to keep our own money and use it to raise our own families." - Family Research Council head Tony Perkins, reacting to a NIH study of gay male penis size.