Peter Tatchell, one of Britain's most famous gay activists, is to present a Channel 4 documentary on the Pope.
According to the broadcaster, the programme will examine the Catholic leader's beliefs on issues such as homosexuality and condoms and present views from his critics and supporters.
Mr Tatchell is one of the founders of the Protest the Pope coalition, which is planning demonstrations of the state funding of the Pontiff's UK visit…
…Mr Tatchell defended the show, saying: "My aim is to make a robustly factual programme that explores the Pope's personal, religious and political journey since the 1930s, as well as the motives and effects of his controversial policies." Photo
He added that he hoped to interview the Pontiff but admitted this was unlikely to happen.
"I intend to ensure that we hear the voices of the Pope's defenders, as well as his critics," he said… Read more - PinkNews.co.uk - June 4, 2010
Benedict XVI promotes Discrimination Laws Against Gays & Welcomes Anglicans Who Agree – Doubles Security Cost For Visit To Britain
Pope Blasts U.K. Anti-Discrimination Laws – February 2, 2010 – CBS News
In Speech, Benedict Raises Fears that Vatican Could Be Prosecuted for Stances Against Gays
AUSCHWITZ -- CHRISTMAS 2008
flashback far more severe than
Friday, December 26, 2008
An example of this is most vividly portrayed in the movie "Brokeback Mountain." It takes place when Ennis and Jack are together again for the first time in 4 years, after first meeting on Brokeback Mountain. They are sitting around a campfire in the evening and Ennis is relaxing reclining back starring up at the stars. Jack looks over at Ennis and says to him, "Is there anything interesting up there in heaven?" Ennis replies with a very pleasant smile on his face "I was just sending up a prayer of thanks." This is a very tender moment in the film, which Jack is in a way proposing to Ennis. Jack tells Ennis that "... it could be like this always, just like this, always." Ennis's face loses its smile becoming strained as he turns his face away from Jack, looks down at the ground. Ennis then begins to soberly tell Jack about this vivid flashback he is having to his early childhood days growing up. Ennis describes for Jack this disturbing scene from his past how his father took him and his brother along this pathway in the country to show them the kind of violence that happens to adult men who lived together. The traumatic psychological effects from this event with his father appear to have remained vivid throughout Ennis's adult life. It is shown in Ennis's inability to form and be in a relationship, any kind of relationship, but particularly the one with Jack, to go with Jack, and build a life together.
LASTING GAY RELATIONSHIPS DESERVE RESPECT
Cardinal Schönborn of Vienna
by David Gibson - May 18, 2010 - Politics Daily
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December 26, 2008
Dear Fr. Geoff Farrow,
I have been so saddened by Pope Benedict XVI's cruel words to LGBTQ people around the world, to their parents, families and friends, most ESPECIALLY TO CHILDREN. After reading the accounts of this human travesty, I did not know where to find comfort or hope. And then I thought about your blog. And just like receiving a wonderful Christmas present, sure enough I found the hope and comfort I needed to hear.
I am a priest and a clinical psychologist (MS). And for one of my research projects I chose to do a qualitative research project of the recorded verbal accounts of survivors of the Holocaust, 50 years after the event. It was a difficult research project, because I could not make sense of one of the accounts of the survivors.
For example, one survivor was describing what it was like riding the train toAUSCHWITZ, but he was describing how he was trying to make conversation with a girl on the train. I listened and wrote out this one account almost 30 times but I just was not getting it. I could not understand how this man could be talking about wanting to make conversation with this girl on the same train to AUSCHWITZ!?!
Because I had taught high school religion classes for nearly 20 years, it hit me hard, like a flash of lightning. Instantly, all the pieces came together, so fast. Though this survivor was in his late 60’s when he gave his account of his story on audiotape, he was remembering the events that took place, but naturally they were recounted through the mind of a teenager, the age he was on the train to AUSCHWITZ. That is why the dialogue wasn’t making any sense. I was thinking of him as an old man because the voice on the audiotape was the voice of a 68-year-old. As shocking as a bomb going off, all the different aspects of the psychological developmental stages of a teenager kicked in. I realized only too fully that he was just a young normal teenager on that train!!! And so was the girl he was trying to make conversation, and their moms and dads were there with them!!! There was no way to pretend I did not realize what I discovered. It kept hitting me: this is not some script from a movie or TV miniseries on the Holocaust. No; as much as I wished it were. The reality of this horror hit me all at once, on so many different levels of consciousness: what an unbelievable horror it was!!! How could we treat human beings like this! I remember when the realization of the magnitude of this horror first hit me, like an instant reflex. I threw down the transcript I was holding as if it were a blazing hot poker. It kept hitting me over and over again that this is not a movie script or some kind of play – this really happened! It really happened! Oh, my God, how could this have happened!?!!!
My supervisor told me at the time that I was traumatized by the oral content. Qualitative research is an attempt to understand the complexity of emotions, the kinds of emotions, and the degree of intensity involved. Our emotions are what allow us to connect with other human beings. We identify with the non-verbal quality of emotions more immediately and strongly than with the words used to express them. The non-verbal qualities include tone of voice, eye contact, facial expression, body posture, and gestures, all of which express emotions. Emotions are why we can connect with people through time, across cultures, and individually. It is the expression of human emotions in the arts that makes some works of art timeless, because they continually speak to all people through the ages.
And when I heard what Pope Benedict XVI said about homosexuals and transgendered human beings at Christmas 2008, I felt that same trauma all over again. Because in some way, somehow, he was conveying in a non-verbal manner the horror of the Holocaust, in what appears to be a traumatized, trance-like, accepted social norm from that period of time dictating that some people just don’t count, aren’t important, and can be easily disposed of. And if you rock the boat, you could be next to be disposed of.
I truly have to believe that a person in his position would not be doing this consciously or intentionally. The horror of the Holocaust is like an atomic bomb with fallout so extensive that it spreads over a radius of more than 150 miles. The horror of the Holocaust began in 1933 and ended in 1945. The psychological fallout would have been far more extensive and more deadly, especially when it is not identified as such.
It hit me the way it did when I realized that the research I was doing about a Holocaust survivor, a man 68 years old telling his story, who was remembering what it was like to be on the train to AUSCHWITZ, from the perspective of a young teenage boy who just wanted to talk to a girl. It seemed like the same kind of horror, a tacit assumption that some people don't count and can be disposed of without remorse. Could it be that Benedict XVI is unconsciously repeating Hitler's crime against humanity by taking on a long-accepted social attitude from that period of time?
The question I asked myself was: what would it have been like for someone growing up gay during the Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals 1933 -1945?
What would be the severity of the psychological effects on a boy who grew up to be gay in Germany during the time of Hitler’s NAZI PERSECUTION OF HOMOSEXUALS 1933 -1945? During the Nazi regime, homosexuals were publicly defamed and falsely accused for the major social problems of that time, which was done to incite massive public hatred and hostility directed against homosexuals. Homosexuals were used for medical experiments, physically mutilated, brutally tortured and exterminated.
Would this child, as an adult, in a severe dissociated state of mind from his own homosexual feelings (Harry Stack Sullivan MD, Dissociative Processes, Clinical Studies on Psychiatry (1956)), unconsciously perpetuate the terrifying horror of the insensitivity he had experienced growing up? If he found himself in a position of authority would he recreate the same social and political environment of violence and terror for homosexuals that he experienced, as a child who grew up to be gay, during the NAZI PERSECUTION OF HOMOSEXUALS?
I think in truth on a much deeper level I was frightened, really frightened, to hear Pope Benedict XVI’s Christmas remarks against homosexuals and transgendered human beings and even more frightened by the silence from the larger global community of human beings. What is so frightening is, even if there is agreement that one person does not matter or is not important, in truth then no one matters. Therefore, when I thought about your blog and what you did on October 5, 2008, I felt more reassured, I felt hope, and I felt comforted. NOW, isn’t that the true meaning of Christmas?
God Bless you,
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www.vatican.va. - Benedict XVI - Cardinal Ratzinger on April 19, 2005, was elected as the successor to Pope John Paul II.
CBS News, Ratzinger On Abuse, Celibacy, Gays - - April 19, 2005 | by Christine Lagorio, A Collection Of Quotations By Newly Named Pope Benedict XVI
Human Rights Campaign - Election of Pope Benedict XVI Portends Further Conflict Between Church and GLBT Community 4/19/2005 - WASHINGTON— The Human Rights Campaign pointed to years of statements by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the newly elected pope, in expressing concern about the Catholic Church’s future treatment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. Read more
Southern Voice - Gay Catholics dismayed by Pope Benedict XVI By DYANA BAGBY APR. 22, 2005 Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, the man who described homosexuality as “an intrinsic moral evil,” emerged at dusk on Tuesday on to the balcony of St. Peter’s Square, drawing cheers from the thousands gathered as the 265th pope announced his new name, Benedict XVI. Read more
by Daniel Williams
In the first five months of Pope Benedict XVI's reign, stern opposition to homosexuality in and outside the Roman Catholic Church has quickly become a prime public message for the Vatican. Read more
In an eagerly awaited document, the Vatican has reiterated its policy against gay priests, but has said it would allow those who have "clearly overcome" homosexual tendencies to start the process of becoming a priest.
The Vatican's new policy on gay priests has been leaked. Officially, it proposes theincorrigibility of deeply rooted gay tendencies. Unofficially, it exposes the deeply rooted, incorrigible antigay tendencies of
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, aka Pope Benedict XVI.
December 2nd, 2008 at 11:15 am by Jim Radosta
That’s the message that Pope Benedict XVI seems to be sending: The Vatican is trying to block a nonbinding proposed U.N. resolution calling on governments worldwide to decriminalize homosexuality, claiming that it will start a “slippery slope” toward same-sex marriage. Read more
By365gay Newscenter Staff 12.12.2008 8:35am EST
- (Vatican City) At the Vatican, Pope Benedict XVI paid tribute to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights; but elsewhere, LGBT civil rights groups were denouncing the pope’s opposition to expanding the 60-year-old United Nations document to include gays.
Task Force December 22, 2008
WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 — The National Religious Leadership Roundtable, convened by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, condemns today’s remarks by Pope Benedict XVI that denounced gender theory, saying it could lead to humanity’s “self-destruction.” Gender theory explores sexual orientation, the roles assigned by society to individuals according to their gender and how people perceive their identity.
ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Pope Benedict XVI says saving humanity from homosexual or transsexual behaviour is just as important as saving the rainforest from destruction.
BBC - Tuesday, 23 December 2008,
Pope Benedict XVI has suggested that the need to save mankind from a destructive blurring of gender roles is as important as saving the rainforests.
Times Online, December 23, 2008
"There are still so many instances of people being killed around the world, including in Western society, purely and simply because of their
sexual orientation or their gender identity.
"When you have religious leaders like that making that sort of statement then followers feel they are justified in behaving in an aggressive and violent way because they feel that they are doing God’s work in ridding the world of these people."
by Michael A. Jones December 22, 2008 @ 09:45AM PST
In the (not-so) spirit of the holidays, Pope Benedict XVI gave a Christmas address to the Vatican's Central Administration (known as the Curia), where he called homosexuality unnatural and "a destruction of God's work." Read more
REUTERS UK, Mon Dec 22, 2008
The Catholic Church teaches that while homosexuality is not sinful, homosexual acts are. It opposes gay marriage and, in October, a leading Vatican official called homosexuality "a deviation, an irregularity, a wound."
He also defended the Church's right to "speak of human nature as man and woman, and ask that this order of creation be respected."
Tuesday 23 December 2008 15.22 GMT - guardian.co.uk
The internet is abuzz today after remarks from Pope Benedict XVI's speech yesterday, where he declared that saving humanity from homosexuality was just as important as saving the rainforest from destruction.
Benedict XVI described relationships that are not heterosexual as "a destruction of God's work", during his Christmas speech to the Curia, the administrative body of the Catholic Church. .. "(The Church) should also protect man from the destruction of himself. A sort of ecology of man is needed," he said.
By Rachel Donadio, Published: December 22, 2008 - The New York Times
Pope Benedict XVI spoke out Monday against homosexual behavior, calling it a violation of the natural order. In an address to the Vatican hierarchy, the pope called for an “ecology of man” to protect man from “the destruction of himself.” He added, “The rain forests deserve our protection, but man as a creature indeed deserves no less.” The Vatican opposes same-sex marriageand considers homosexual acts sinful.
Dec 22, 2008 - Truthdig
by Nick Allen: 7:31PM GMT 23 Dec 2008 - Telegraph.co.uk
… Pope Benedict XVI sparked a furious reaction from other Christian groups as he also suggested that a blurring of the distinction between male and female could lead to the "self-destruction" of the human race.
China Daily,(Agencies) Updated: 2008-12-24 09:43
VATICAN CITY – A suggestion by Pope Benedict XVI that homosexuality is as much of a threat to the survival of the human race as climate change sparked outrage among gay rights campaigners on Tuesday… "The Vatican talks about homosexuality or transsexuality as if it were a whim, never as suffering," Hofer said, adding that the Roman Catholic Church "reduces sexual orientation to the sexual act as if it had nothing to do with a person's identity."
December 24, 2008 2:00 PM - The Bilerico Project
by: Brynn Craffey - In his end-of-year address to senior Vatican staff, Pope Benedict XVI, head of the 1.13 billion person-strong Catholic Church, has warned of the dangers of "gender theory," saying it threatens humanity's existence and equating its potential destructive power to that of the disappearing rain forests.
Couriermail.comau December 24, 2008 08:55 pm
OPENLY gay Australian Greens leader Bob Brown has joined the world-wide chorus of condemnation directed at Pope Benedict XVI, after the Catholic leader suggested homosexuality was as much a threat to the survival of the human race as climate change.
In his end-of-year speech at the Vatican on Monday, the Pope said gender theory blurred the distinction between male and female, and he called for "an ecology of the human being" to protect mankind "from self-destruction".
VATICAN CITY: A suggestion by Pope Benedict XVI that homosexuality is as much of a threat to the survival of the human race as climate change sparked outrage among gay rights campaigners on Tuesday. Read more
Amnesty International has urged Pope Benedict XVI to condemn the criminalisation of homosexuality when he meets with African bishops today in Cameroon.
Philadelphia Gay News - Jen Colletta
Child Protection Service of the Archdiocese of Dublin, November 2009
Report by Commission of Investigation into the handling by Church and State authorities of allegations and suspicions of child abuse against clerics of the Catholic
By RACHEL ZOLL - ABC News – 2009
January 29, 2010
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Homeless in Canton, Michigan, USA *** Fr. Marty Kurylowicz –
I’m Not The Only Victim
Holocaust Similarities - Child Sexual Abuse Kept Secret For Decades
Out Of Public View
Update 2/21/10, 5/30/10
“If you shut up truth and bury it under the ground, it will but grow, and gather to itself such explosive power that the day it bursts through it will blow up everything in its way.”
What you have said in the dark will be heard in the daylight, and what you have whispered in the ear in the inner rooms will be proclaimed from the roofs.
Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts, lead sponsor of the bill, has suggested the full House vote might not take place until February of next year. Photo
Disparate impact is a type of legal case filed against an employer with an employment practice that does not appear to be overtly discriminatory but is nonetheless discriminatory in practice. Lawyers Tweak ENDA Language - By Kerry Eleveld – Advocate.com
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Vatican Cardinal on Gays and Transsexuals: 'No Heaven for You!' – David Gibson – Politics Daily * December 3, 2009 - To protect the sanctity of Marriage Equality and LGBTIQ human and civil rights around the world, we need knowledgeable LGBTQI people, professionals, researchers, and scripture scholars regarding human sexuality not to allow any such statements like Cardinal Barragan's go unchallenged [MSK]. Read more
RC hierarchy child sexual abuse “cover-ups” ordered by Benedict XVI to avoid public outrage & criminal charges falsely accused gay priests WATERGATE? – MSK – December 17, 2009 – Revised January 15, 2010 ..."Protect children and the entire world will be safe.” We the public have been made aware of the global harm to children by Benedict XVI and the hierarchy, we are responsible to protect children. I mean no harm or disrespect, but when and how do we become responsible to protect children. As Catholics, we know in the end we all will be judged severely on how well we protected children. It is vital that each and every Catholic individually learns to facts about the child sexual abuse cases and about human sexuality and not collude with the harm being done by our silence... WHEN DO WE START PROTECTING CHILDREN?!?! - Read more
Pope condemns gay equality laws ahead of first UK visit - Riazat Butt - guardian.co.uk, February 1, 2010
Pope Blasts U.K. Anti-Discrimination Laws CBS NEWS - In Speech, Benedict Raises Fears that Vatican Could Be Prosecuted for Stances Against Gays – February 2, 2010
Pope condemns gay equality laws ahead of first UK visit - Riazat Butt - guardian.co.uk, Monday February 1, 2010 - Pope Benedict XVI has condemned British equality legislation for running contrary to "natural law" as he confirmed his first visit to the UK later this year. Read more
Galileo Condemned As Heretic - Misinterpretations Of The Bible - Homosexuality? Natural Law? Benedict XVI? - Kids Are Being Hurt!!! MSK - October 18, 2009 (revised) February 2, 2010
New Ways Ministry Symposium - Pastor "Comes Out" March 1997 - Holy Family Parish - Sparta, Michigan USA – Fr. Marty Kurylowicz - ...It was at the New Ways Ministry Symposium, March 1997… that I felt a strong moral obligation, as any decent human being would and most especially being a priest to draw public attention to this form of child abuse [to children who grow up to be gay] that is allowed to continue blindly around the world under the disguise of religious fervor [MSK].
…“the Vatican has accepted no responsibility for its role in facilitating the sexual abuse of children,”
After Clergy Abuse Scandals, Ireland Needs a New St. Patrick – by David Gibson – Politics Daily – February 17, 2010
Kids Are Being Hurt!!!
All Politics - Watergate 1973 - Ripping Open An Incredible Scandal
(TIME, April 30, 1973) -- The denials, the evasions, the secretiveness, and, yes, the lies, all had failed. The Watergate case was breaking wide open. A 10-month campaign by some of the highest past and present officials of the Nixon Administration to cover up their involvement was crumbling. Read more - CNN TIME
WATERGATE: The Nixon Conspiracy Laid Bare - Read more - TIME – December 02, 1974
Inside Watergate's Last Chapter – Read more - TIME – June 05, 2005
Nixon Quits! | The Daily Mirror | Los Angeles Times - August 9, 2009
The Times' editorial on Nixon's resignation says: "He departs in disgrace, the victim of a thirst for power that was his strength and his frailty. It was a power he used with effectiveness and imagination in many areas, including development of the new relationships for the United States and China and the Soviet Union. But it was a power that corrupted him, leading him to abuse his authority to the point of obstructing justice, encouraging him to justify any means for the end of maintaining himself in office." Read more Photo
Italian Catholic scandal draws in Pope Benedict - By NICOLE WINFIELD – AP – abc NEWS/International – February 9, 2010
Pope hits out at 'unjust and offensive' accusations over Boffo resignation – Richard Owen in Rome – Times Online – February 9, 2010 Photo
Impending rules on gay priests create Catholic divide – by Charles Honey – The Grand Rapids Press – October 8, 2005 * Benedict XVI -> SILENCING TRUTH
No - USA CIVIL LAWS - To Protect CHILDREN From Harmful Influence of - Vatican's UNSUBSTANTIATED Antigay Teachings - Galileo - Fr. Marty Kurylowicz August 8, 2009
Benedict XVI & accomplices in Fear as -> “Obama signs hate-crimes bill” by Rex Wockner - November 2, 2009
The Vatican thirst for power divides Christianity and damages Catholicism – Hans Kung - guardian.co.uk – November 4, 2009
Kids Are Being Hurt!!!
"Someday, maybe, there will exist a well-informed, well-considered, and yet fervent public conviction that the most deadly of all possible sins is the mutilation of a child's spirit." Erik Erikson
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I am going to be homeless, because I spoke out for the protection of children – against Benedict XVI his mistreated of gays and the decades of the child sexual abuse cover-ups. I explained - read more - http://fathermartykurylowicz.blogspot.com/2010/05/gay-catholic-priest-coming-out-1997.html
I am to be evicted from my home. I am summons to be in court this Wednesday, May 26, 2010. I have no money and I have no legal help. I have no car. I have no way to get to the court. Even if I did – I have nowhere to move to. This is how priests are treated who speak out for the protection of children.
A gay Catholic priest speaking out for the protection of children is to subject one’s self to the covert violence of the Vatican, Benedict XVI and their accomplices of being removed and having your reputation destroyed to be unable to support yourself in order to permanently silence this gay priest for good.
And even though I am an upstanding citizen of the USA with no criminal record of any kind, I am not protected under any USA civil laws. The same is true for the children who grow up gay are not protected by any USA civil laws from the harmful influence of the Vatican's unsubstantiated antigay teachings the effects of which last throughout their lives.”
Fr. Marty Kurylowicz
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Galileo - Happy Birthday!!! 1564 – 1642 – February 15, 2010 - Read more
Continuum of Human Sexuality - The Kinsey Scale – February 15, 2010 - Read more
Dr. Caitlin Ryan: Reducing Risk and Promoting Well-Being for LGBT Youth: The Critical Role of Family Support - November 16, 2009 - podcast
Sexual orientation is less about sex and more about LOVE, being one with another human being. Attachment Theory - LOVE and RELIGION – April 30, 2009 -Fr. Marty Kurylowicz - Read more
Protect children and the entire world will be safe.
Because You Loved Me - Celine Dion 2,239,472 power of love
Ricky Martin says he's 'a fortunate homosexual man' – CNN.com, March 31, 2010 – read more
Ricky Martin fighting homophobia? - By Jorge Amaro on March 31, 2010 – hispanicLA.com – read more
Ricky Martin Foundation
The Ricky Martin Foundation advocates for the well being of children around the globe in critical areas such as social justice, education and health. Read more
Fernando - ABBA 6,757,132 *
In This Life – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole 1,252,232 power of love
Mother Africa - Hans Zimmer 48,318 - power of unity
The Rainmaker - Hans Zimmer - power of unity
We are the World - Pavarotti and Friends 2,277,459 collective family cohesion
* expressions of love
5,776 - 24,337
Ignorance about human sexuality
harmful to children.
The Science Of Sexual Orientation -
60 Minutes – 2006 - CBS News
Kids Health – read more
SEX, LIES, & GENDER
The Story of the Intersex Soldier
Explorer / National Geographic Channel read more
Know thyself – Plato
This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. - William Shakespeare
Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, 'Brother, let me take the speck out of your eye,' when you yourself fail to see the plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye. - Luke 6:40-42
POWER OF SOCIAL NORMS
Sexual orientation is not the only continuum that makes up the complexity of human sexuality, there are others. However, allowing the powerful effects of social norms that are ignorant about human sexuality to continue out of fear only perpetuates the harm to generation after generation. The powerful strength of social norms to influence a person or a whole group of people should not be underestimated, as demonstrated by this video clip from Allen Funt's "Candid Camera." Social norms can be so powerful that they can get entire groups of people to agree to go against truth and logic. This video clip is quite humorous. But it is not humorous the kind of serious harm caused to very young children and the life threatening situations even death to many others that is promulgated and perpetuated through the ignorance and fear of social norms not based on truth and facts regarding complexity of human sexuality. Read more
The Lucifer Effect:
Understanding How Good People
By Philip Zimbardo - Stanford University
“Rather than providing a religious analysis, however, I offer a psychological account of how ordinary people sometimes turn evil and commit unspeakable acts.”
Important note: No disrespect meant to Pope Benedict XVI or the hierarchy, the one and only concern is the safety and well-being of children. Kids are being hurt!!!
Functional Anatomy of Humor: Positive Affect and Chronic Mental Illness - J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci 19:358-362, November 2007 -http://neuro.psychiatryonline.org/cgi/content/full/19/4/358