Thank you for that sensible comment DCM. I've been saying the same thing.
Here in the UK I was involved with the Coalition For Marriage and helped collect signatures for its petition against homosexual marriage. Long story short, after weeks of urging the main organizers to have a conference to share facts with the public on homosexuality, statistics, research files etc., they used the lame excuse that they couldn't afford it.
Now after a very sneaky and hasty move by the House of Commons, marriage perversion is likely to happen here. If the public are given the opportunity to learn certain facts about homosexuality they would be a better position to make informed choices and lobby the government accordingly.