Dr. Paul Cameron (Pittsburgh, Pensylvania, USA) is an American psychologist and researcher of sexuality. Soon after his birth, his family moved to Florida where he grew up and went to school. He graduated at the Los Angeles Pacific University in 1961 and a year later he got his master’s degree at the California State University in Los Angeles. His PhD he got at the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1966. As an associate and full professor, he worked at several universities throughout the US. In 1979 he became a regular lecturer at the “Marriage and Family” course at the University of Nebraska. He has been researching various topics, including the impact of passive smoking and the relationship between pets and personal happiness. He is best known for his homosexuality research. After a successful campaign against some of the new laws on homosexuals, he founded the Institute for Scientific Research of Sexuality, which is today known as the Family Research Institute. As the president of the organization, he wrote several papers on the relationship between homosexuality and suffered sexual abuse and shorter lifetime. He is married and have three children.