LIE #1: "You were born that way and can't change"
That is the politically correct message these days. But it flies in the face of all medical science. No legitimate study has found a "gay gene," and no one was born that way. People become addicted to homosexuality through a number of often complicated factors. And the worldwide ex-gay movement has shown that people can heal and change if they desire. (Sexual radicals themselves say that sexual orientation or expression can be "fluid" -- viz., "bisexuality.")
LIE #2: "It gets better"
No, It DOESN'T get better. Statistically it gets much worse. The numbers of diseases (from AIDS and STDs to bowel diseases, etc.) and the range of mental illnesses and addictions connected with homosexual behavior are staggering. It's commonly estimated that male homosexual behavior takes 20 years off one's life. Homosexual men commonly have hundreds (even thousands) of sexual partners and suffer from alcohol and drug problems, plus high rates of partner abuse. Loneliness and depression are par for the course.
LIE #3: Suicide is caused by hate and intolerance
Virtually all responsible medical people and ex-gays themselves will tell you that when "gay" teens contemplate suicide, it's because they're horrified at the disgusting things they're doing to themselves (along with other dysfunction in their lives). But they find themselves addicted to it. And they think that there is no way to ever change. But when they are told they can heal from those behaviors they feel relieved. "Intolerance" has little if anything to do with it. The same suicide rates happen in places where homosexuality is completely tolerated. When you tell a child the truth -- that his homosexual tendencies are destructive -- but he can be healed and can change -- you are doing him a favor on many levels. Actually, this site purposefully exaggerates the suicide rate by "gay" teens. (Reliable statistics are difficult to find.)
Lie #4: Promoting homosexuality as being normal and natural is good for troubled kids
This is probably the biggest lie of all. Especially for vulnerable kids who may be going through some psychological trauma, or are just unsure of themselves, this is the worst possible thing you can do to them -- emotionally, psychologically, and certainly medically.