Something that young people today may be unaware of is just how new the pro-homo movement is. Nobody took notice of the Stonewall Riots in 1969, or even featured gays on the ubiquitous "very special episodes" of 1980s TV shows, where they devoted an episode to some social problem like runaways, drug use, or teen pregnancy. As recently as 1991, the #5 movie at the box office featured a villain who was a transsexual serial killer.
Just two years after The Silence of the Lambs, the tide had already turned, with the #9 movie, Philadelphia, starring a gay martyr. At that early point, though, they couldn't totally lie to the public and expect them to buy it, so the main character does admit that, yeah, I guess I got AIDS from anonymous sex with some dude in a porno theater -- oh spare me, like you homophobic bigots never have?
By now fewer and fewer of the younger generations remember how psychologically warped gays are, so that they can be spoon-fed far more ridiculous propaganda. E.g., that they fall in love rather than impulsively seek out hook-ups only. Gays are socially-emotionally stunted at around age 8 or 9, so they are incapable of falling in love as adolescents and other grown-ups do.
But at least we have historical records and numbers to keep the awareness intact, however hostile the public becomes to it.
Wikipedia has a category called "American serial killers" that contains 224 entries (mostly for single individuals, some for teams). Searching further for those that have "LGBT" in the text, 15 pop up, and LGBT always refers to the killer, not necessarily the victims.
That means queers (almost all men) make up about 6.7% of those American serial killers notable enough to have a Wikipedia page. Since they make up 1-3% of the overall population, that makes them over-represented among serial killers by 2 to 7 times. This is an under-estimate, since some of the serial killers' identities and sexual orientations are not known. Should any of the unknown killers turn out to be homo, that'll bump the estimate up a bit more.
I didn't think to look up these numbers until I read Bringing Adam Home, which puts together all the evidence in the murder of Adam Walsh, son of the host of America's Most Wanted, who began his crusade in large part because of the bungling of the investigation into his own son's murder. Adam was just one of dozens of victims slain by serial killer and faggot Ottis Toole, who even used to dress in drag, shave his legs, and wear a wig when he hustled other faggots. Portraits like that really bring out how homosexuality is typically just the tip of the iceberg of profound psychological disease.
As far as he let others know, he kidnapped Adam Walsh so that he could bring him up as his own son, and only killed him after he began crying persistently for his mother. Toole must have realized that Adam already had a loving bond with his parents, and that this would forever spoil his plans to be accepted by the boy as his father.
I was reminded of the creepy gay type who goes through with adoption. It's not out of altruism to protect an unwanted child, as gays show no general interest in the downtrodden. Nor is it to find an outlet for one's nurturing instincts, as narcissists lack that instinct. Of course, there's the status points to score from moral preening. But primarily it is to soothe his own neuroses. After receiving the basic gratitude and attention that kids give their parents, he gets to exult that, "for once in my life somebody loves me, they really love me!" Unlike a kidnapping victim, though, the adopted child won't howl out for mommy and ruin the illusion.
To our increasingly clueless population, gays want to adopt for the same reasons that normal people do, so what could go wrong? But if they're more likely to adopt for narcissistic reasons, they're more likely to neglect, mistreat, or just plain act like an asshole to the kid. Thin-skinned and stinging at the slightest sign of coolness or rejection, he'll make the ungrateful little shit pay for making him feel unwanted. No normal father would ever get angry about "and here I thought you loved me!"
Ottis Toole may be an extreme case, but extremes are illuminating of the average. Blacks can dunk a basketball easier than Chinese, even if most aren't anywhere near that tall. Still, if one is higher on average, it will be over-represented at the extremes.