Homosexuals are…
▪3% of the population
▪55% of HIV carriers
▪82% of syphilis cases
▪20% of HBV cases
▪37% of anal cancer
▪78% have had an STD

Of children raised by gay parents…
▪92% are abused
▪51% have depression
▪72% are obese

Data from:
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
D. Paul Sullins, “Invisible Victims: Delayed Onset Depression among Adults with Same-Sex Parents” Depression Research and Treatment, vol. 2016, Article ID 2410392, 8 pages, 2016. doi:10.1155/2016/2410392

anonymous asked:

We were talking about this one shift and I was wondering what your opinion is, when people talk about 9/11 why do they only mention the firefighters and police officers that were killed, there may not have been many but, there were those few EMTs and paramedics that were killed. Why does no one seem to care about them? I know they were hundreds of firefighters killed and dozens of police officers but, no one seems to care about EMTs they had just as hard as a job if not harder that day.

Most people don’t  know what we do or even know we exist, let alone that EMTs/Paramedics die in the field of work.


  • Keith Fairben, 24, – a paramedic who worked for the New York Presbyterian Hospital
  • Richard Pearlman, 18, – an EMT who worked for the Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance
  • Mario Santoro, 28 – a paramedic who worked for the New York Presbyterian Medical Center
  • Yamel Merino, 24 – a single mother of an eight-year-old son who worked as an EMT for Metrocare/Montefiore Medical Center for three years
  • Mohammad Salman Hamdani, 23 – a Muslim-American man who worked as a part-time FDNY Certified EMT and also a member of the New York City Police Department Cadet Corps for three years
  • Marc Sullins, 30 – an EMT who worked with Cabrini Medical Center
  • Mark Schwartz, 50 – an EMT who worked for Hunter Ambulance
  • Jeff Simpson, 38 – an EMT who worked for the Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad, and also an employee for Oracle Corporation