Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Rep. Brad Sherman: ♫ In an L.A. Minute... ♫

He was given one minute (too long, imo) on the House Floor last night.

Rep. Brad Sherman D - California, 30th District Woodland Hills, Granada Hills, Studio City

Transcript:

Rep. Brad Sherman: We’re told that if we want the government to stay open for just another five or seventy-five days, we should torpedo the Affordable Care Act [“Obamacare”].Then, what happens in November or December? Are we told that to keep the government open any further we have to strip-mine YellowStone? We have to abolish Medicare? 

The fact is, it is wrong to take hostages, it is wrong to say that the government will shut down if that is the only way you can achieve your legislative objectives. 

What would the country think of us if we said we were going to shut down the government unless we get gay rights, gun control, cap and trade, immigration reform? 

Or what would the country think of us if we said, “Gay rights, but only for one year -- keep the government open for one year, get gay-rights for one year.

Taking hostages is wrong. Holding hostage, the greatest country in the world is wrong.

But his heart was in the right place, and all, right?
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Op-ed: Can Democrats Scare Ted Cruz With LGBT Rights?

Yeah, what he said.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

"Hozier's 'Take Me To Church' Echoes Russian LGBT Violence"


Hozier, an Irish singer-songwriter whose debut EP "Take Me To Church" premiered in early July, just released the video for his track of the same name.

The video follows the relationship between two gay men and the violently homophobic backlash that ensues when the community learns of one of the man's sexuality.


For more information on Hoozier and his "Take Me To Church" EP, visit the artist's website, Bandcamp or Twitter.
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H/T HUFF PO

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

PFOX: "Does the ex-gay community need civil rights?"

(If being gay [same-sex attracted] is a sin and we’re all sinners all the time forever no matter what, wouldn’t the term “ex-gay” be tantamount to claiming that one is an “ex-sinner” and thus be blasphemous and a sin in and of itself? Which begs the question, How in the universe would God even take the victimhood complaints of blasphemers seriously?)

PFOX stands for Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays and is an anti-gay counter group to PFLAG, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays. (Gee, PFOX, I don't know, do you think that "ex-sinners" are being deprived of their civil rights?) Granted, this one paragraph alone is autopsy-worthy, just check the last part of it out:
In August alone, the ex-gay community has been the victim of a number of injustices by high-ranking officials. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed a bill into law that outlaws therapy for children who wish to overcome unwanted same-sex attractions, some of whom developed such attractions in the wake of sexual abuse at the hands of homosexual predators. Also, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit upheld California’s law banning therapy for minors who wish to go from gay to straight, despite statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention showing an increase in HIV infections by MSM (men who have sex with men) aged 13-24.
I believe the hyperlink was placed and worded very carefully in the original article. It’s a CDC PDF and it is true, according to the GRAPH on page 7 you will find that the largest HIV increases are occurring in the 13-24 year old age range.

Read it on the original article and -- correct me if I’m wrong -- does it not read like they’re insinuating that the Court dismisses evidence of a connection between same-sex attraction -- in and of itself -- raping kids, turning them gay and giving them AIDS?
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Titles? Tags? One-liners? … Anyone?

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

George Tekei: "Gays Beware"

Mostly preaching to the choir, but those who claim their objection to marriage equality is based on "deeply held religious beliefs" may want to remember that Jesus on remarriage = adultery.

MORE Than "77 Non-Religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage"

Another comment I thought I'd share -- the very last one, #70 in this post:
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It's a pro-gay watchdog site that found a PDF on an anti-gay site listing: "77 Non-Religious Reasons to Support Man/Woman Marriage"

The author then lists all the reasons, but instead of refuting them, out of sarcasm I began to add more:
Reasons # 78 and 79.From p22 of the book “Marriage On Trial” by Glenn Stanton and Bill Maier (two Focus on the Family hacks):

#78: "Wives help men channel their sexual energy in socially acceptable and nonpredatory ways."

#79: "Husbands help protect women from the exploitation of other males." 
-- Because, as we all know, ALL women "put out" for their husbands as much as, and in every way he wants, all the time. And NO husbands are womanizers or adulterers who ever feel the need to hike the appalachian trail.
Then further down I said:
Reasons # 80 - 87From the same book quoted earlier, Marriage on Trial, pages 60 - 63

#81: "Does the father pay for his daughter’s lesbian wedding?"
#82: "Does the father walk her down the aisle?"
#83: "Do you attend the wedding shower?"
#84: "What about the baby showers that could follow?"
#85: "What kind of discussion develops when some coworkers want to share in buying a wedding present for their colleague and some don’t?"
#86: "Will in-laws really be able to celebrate the coming together of two families via the "marriage" of two guys or gals…"

How insensitive of the wedding couple to not put the "ick"/"I hate gays" factor in front of their own! As the book says:

"This will not bring us closer together but rather drive us further apart."

And my all time favorite:

#87: "It would alienate … "married" gays from gays who don’t want marriage…"

Priceless.
To which an "anonymous" commenter countered:
Patrick

you have to be honest here

gays have based their lives on breaking down a traditional taboo

why then are they so concerned with another tradition: marriage?

oh, you can talk about all the financial benefits, but even as "civil unions" rose, they still kept pushing for the title of "marriage"

but, really, few gays ever really wanted to be married

its just a stepping stone to normalization so homosexuality will be advanced in public schools, through sex ed classes which portray this deviancy as just another part of a big beautiful rainbow

you know, the part where public exhibitionism, sado-masochism, random promiscuity and incurably fatal sexual diseases are the norm
To which I replied:
"Patrick … you have to be honest here … gays have based their lives on breaking down a traditional taboo" 
More accurately, the social "tradition" of defining same-gender attraction as "taboo."

"why then are they so concerned with another tradition: marriage?"

You mean like the "tradition" of arranged marriages and underage marriages and racially homogeneous marriages?

For as long as there have been committed gay relationships there has been gay marriage, it just hasn’t been socially recognized and respected as such.

What you really mean is your personal et al., definition of marriage as being between a male and a female. The misnomer, "traditional marriage," is disingenuous enough, but what lies beyond that is the insidious implication that only male/female union is possible.

Marriage = union = love, ergo, marriage is a euphemism for love, thus the need to put marriage in quotes. It’s a surreptitious way of saying that you consider the love between two people of the same gender to be inferior to your own to the point that comparing it to bestiality makes sense to you.

Which answers your next point as to your perception that we’re simply pushing for a "title" as opposed to equal protection under the law.

"but, really, few gays ever really wanted to be married"

There’s 18,000 gay couples who were married in CA in the few months it was legal who would beg to differ.

"its just a stepping stone to normalization so homosexuality will be advanced in public schools, through sex ed classes which portray this deviancy as just another part of a big beautiful rainbow … you know, the part where public exhibitionism, sado-masochism, random promiscuity and incurably fatal sexual diseases are the norm"

Not just sex-ed classes or just in public schools, but everywhere, to help minimize the devastating effects of your obsessive, vindictive and malicious attempts to smear LGBT Americans -- of all ages -- as sexually promiscuous disease spreading perverts in order to convince us and the rest of society that we deserve all the rights and respect reserved for fecal matter.

I understand and can accept that you don’t believe our love for each other is equal to your own. What I object to is the virtually ubiquitous cowardice shown by your incessant use of euphemisms to hide that fact, and your demonic LUST to malign our very humanity with scurrilous invectives in the name of "Christianity" and "morality," and yet you have the temerity to suggest that I’m the one who’s not being honest?

Take off your human masks and show yourselves for the shame feasting monsters that you are.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

NOM and Al Qaeda, like two peas in a pod, both waging their pet jihads.

h/t Vigilance blog
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Mother Jones:
Al Qaeda says the United States has another crime to add to its litany of atrocities: support for same-sex marriage.

In the latest issue of Inspire, the Al Qaeda-produced English-language magazine that teaches readers how to cause traffic accidents, torch parked cars, and "make a bomb in the kitchen of your mom," the terrorist group goes after President Barack Obama for "evolving" on marriage equality.



Much more at Huffington Post:


Al Qaeda On Gay Marriage: Terrorist Group Slams Obama's 'Evolution' On Same Sex Marriage

NOM and Al Qaeda, like two peas in a pod, both waging their pet jihads.

Too far? Try this one on for size:
 
What Does Albert Mohler* Have In Common With Al Qaeda?

[*President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary]


In 2004, when Massachusetts became the first state in the Union to affirm marriage equality Mohler compared the day the court decision came down to 9/11. And Pearl Harbor.
Compared to all this, anti-gay activists will LONG for the days they hated being associated with Fred Phelps' Westboro Baptist “God Hates Fags” Church.

“Deeply held religious beliefs” my arse.

Leviticus 20:13 “If a man lies with a male as he lies with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination.”

Leviticus 11:9-12 “These you may eat of all that are in the water… [but,] Whatever in the water does not have fins or scales—that shall be an abomination to you.”


"Ex-gay" Therapist Claims "Sensitive temperament" is Fundamental Cause of Homosexuality

(Reposted from Ex-Gay Watch)
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And then goes on to bash gay activists as scheming thugs.



Anti-gay/exgay therapist, Christopher Doyle of The International Healing Foundation, recently penned an op-ed in the Christian post.

These feelings [same-sex attractions (SSA)] are the result of many factors, mostly environmental and familial, mixed-in with one genetic factor, a sensitive temperament. [emphasis added]

Anti-gay/ex-gay activists often claim “there’s no gay gene” to support their “not born gay” meme. For Christopher Doyle, sensitivity and empathy are not only the cause of homosexuality, but a genetically-based one at that.

In twenty-three years, we have found that 99 percent of our clients who experience homosexual feelings have very sensitive temperaments. … This is what I believe to be the foundation for the development of SSA…

Using that logic, teaching them how to be heartless monsters would cause them to experience heterosexual feelings.

And that’s the end of that theory, let the bashing begin…

He continues with the clich├ęd assertion that we equality-agenda driven, pro-gay activists are all mindlessly following Kirk and Madsen’s “homosexual manifesto,” After the Ball: How America Will Conquer Its Fear and Hatred of Gays in the 90s. (You know, the one we all carry around in our back pockets.)

This landmark book blueprinted how to indoctrinate the public into the innate-immutability myth of homosexuality – that people are born this way and cannot change. … Their biggest problem, however, in achieving all their goals, is the advent of the former homosexual, or ex-gay. Because if homosexuals can change, the whole foundation of ‘born this way’ tumbles like a stack of cards.

We and our “powerful” influence wielding organizations …ignore, defame, or disqualify [gay to straight] research for some reason.” Because it is “…biased, or fatally flawed for whatever reason.” [emphasis added]

He then goes on to tout a thoroughy debunked anti-gay-parenting study to make his point.

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The second tactic is to paint SSA persons who seek sexual orientation change as victims by their counselors.

So, life-maimed survivors of “ex-gay” therapy, like some at Beyond Ex-Gay and a myriad of those elsewhere are no more than pawns in our political ploy to undermine the ex-gay movement?

They are now recruiting clients who are unable to achieve sexual orientation change to sue their former therapists in the name of consumer fraud…

Unable to change, you say?

The third and final method is to attack former homosexuals who have come public with their stories of change.

That “attack” is well deserved when so-called “ex-gay” persons like, Mr. Doyle, use the word “change,” ambiguously, to imply that euphemisms like “ex-gay,” “formerly homosexual” and “post-gay” mean the equivalent of heterosexual.

His marriage, children and not having “relapsed in eight and a half years” in no way prove or even indicate that same-sex orientation can be “changed” — across the board — to an opposite-sex orientation.

Further, There are PLENTY of gays and lesbians who are married with children who have never had sex or a relationship with a member of the same gender.

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You can read his delusional perception that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is waging a “hate campaign” on the ex-gay counter-movement here, and Wayne Besen’s (of Truth Wins Out) scathing rebuttal to it here.



 

Thursday, February 28, 2013

"God hates fags" church protesters scared off by pro-gay counter protesters.

Via, Advocat.com:

The Westboro Effect Triggers Embarrassing Counter-Protest
Westboro Baptist Church planed a protest today outside a Santa Monica high school but quickly retreated.
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From the moving video:
"On February 25th, 2013, The Westboro Baptist Church, decided to pay Santa Monica High School a visit…

And we gave them a Santa Monica Welcome."


 
As one commenter one Facebook put it: “And that, ladies and gentlemen, is how it's done.”

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The Brains Behind The National Organization for Marriage

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) spends millions upon millions to portray same-sex marriage (and parenting) as harmful to ALL children, economically devastating, and tantamount to polygamy -- to name just a few of their “disagreements.”

*Note that they use a dinosaur to depict themselves asking the question.



In other words, tolerate my intolerance.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Exodus International’s New Policy on Gay Marriage: We Don’t Have One.


Full transcript below.


 

Transcript:

Alan Chambers, President of Exodus International:
Each week we get a number of important questions that come into our office. This week, the important question we decided to answer is, does Exodus International have a policy on gay marriage? And the answer is, no, we don’t.

[Quite the policy position to no longer take.]

If you’ll remember, a number of years ago, we were involved in public policy. About five years ago, we decided that that was a major distraction for us, frankly, at Exodus international, for a number of reasons.
 
First and foremost, we found the amount of energy and money being spent to fight against same-sex marriage was a poor comparison to the money and the time and the energy that was being spent serving people in need. Often times we’ve said that we have an angry and bitter gay rights movement because we in the church have created it.
 
At Exodus International we don’t want to be a part of a stigmatizing or divisive debate. We want to be about an ongoing conversation with our neighbors. Whether our neighbors agree with us or not isn’t important, the fact of the matter is, the relationship with people is. That’s what Jesus has called us to do at Exodus International -- to be a part of a long conversation, not a raging debate.
 
I hope you as believers will follow that lead, realizing that it is more important for us to be in people’s lives. To live our faith and to share our lives with others. That’s what we’re about at Exodus International.
I sense some coded language in a few things he said there.
does Exodus International have a policy on gay marriage? And the answer is, no, we don’t.
Sounds benign enough, until you take into consideration their past policy positions on the subject, in addition to the thoroughly dehumanizing contents contained in the link above.
Alan Chambers’ personal position on California’s Proposition 8:
I’m so grateful that back in 1990 and 1991 that [gay marriage] wasn’t something that stood in my way in coming to Christ in the way that he had me come to him. If that had been an option for me, I certainly would have chosen it...
As an organization (from the video):
At Exodus International we don’t want to be a part of a stigmatizing or divisive debate. We want to be about an ongoing conversation with our neighbors. Whether our neighbors agree with us or not isn’t important, the fact of the matter is, the relationship with people is. That’s what Jesus has called us to do at Exodus International -- to be a part of a long conversation, not a raging debate.
I maybe extrapolating too much here, but an “ongoing” and “long” conversation with neighbors who may disagree with your religious beliefs on the matter of marriage equality sounds more like a manipulative end game of conversion. Leading, of course, to an opening to convince them of the sinfulness of homosexuality, and by extension, same-sex marriage.

The terms “ex-gay,” “post-gay,” “formerly homosexual” etc., are in themselves an implication that one can choose to no longer have same-gender attractions, thereby upsiding the issue of same-sex marriage as being not a matter of equality, but one of irrelevance at best and a threat to the concept of fully and legally recognizing our love for our partners as being on par with that of heterosexual couples.

And lest we forget who the true victims are in all this...


Exodus may no longer publicly excoriate same-sex marriage in their rhetoric or on the current version of their website, but to me at least, it smacks of underhanded dog-whistle politics aimed at their members and supporters to continue spreading the word (just make sure to do it on the down-low).

And to cap it off, for an organization that bases it’s anti-gay beliefs on the Bible, not having a position on the subject is patently unbiblical:

God, via Revelation 3:15-16
I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot; I wish that you were cold or hot. So because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of My mouth.
Personally, I don’t think Alan Chambers is that dog-whistle devious or clever, but no matter, a proclaimed non-policy on the issue opens wide a sea of nefarious interpretation for those that are.

"Senator Elizabeth Warren EMBARRASSES Bank Regulators At First Hearing!"

women4truth

Female Truthers eXposing NWO




She tempers the sting of the loss of Ted Kennedy. Same seat, different liberal lion, but a softer acid tongue.

On a sadder note, God I miss him.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

The anti-regulation of guns rebuttal


“If you are going to out law guns,”

-Guns designed to massacre.

“then why not cars, planes, knives, anything else that has taken a life.”

-Because guns are not only made specifically to kill, but to do so in the easiest most efficient way possible.

“It’s not the item that kills, it’s the idiot using it.”

-Unlike “items,” “idiocy” can’t be regulated, banned, necessarily measured, agreed upon or foretold.

Further, if your argument against gun regulation is that “criminals will find a way to get their hands on them anyway,” you may as well say that if someone want’s to break into your house they’ll find a way, so why even bother lock your doors?

And to take it to it’s extreme, if they’re after your guns they’ll find a them, so why bother hiding or even owning one?
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Most of we tree-hugging commie pinko liberals aren’t against guns per se, but we are against idiotic arguments.

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Boy Scouts may Remove Ban on Gays

MEDIA STATEMENT
Boy Scouts of America
Monday, Jan. 28, 2013
Attributable to: Deron Smith, Director of Public Relations

“For more than 100 years, Scouting’s focus has been on working together to deliver the nation’s foremost youth program of character development and values-based leadership training. Scouting has always been in an ongoing dialogue with the Scouting family to determine what is in the best interest of the organization and the young people we serve.

“Currently, the BSA is discussing potentially removing the national membership restriction regarding sexual orientation. This would mean there would no longer be any national policy regarding sexual orientation, and the chartered organizations that oversee and deliver Scouting would accept membership and select leaders consistent with each organization’s mission, principles, or religious beliefs. BSA members and parents would be able to choose a local unit that best meets the needs of their families.

“The policy change under discussion would allow the religious, civic, or educational organizations that oversee and deliver Scouting to determine how to address this issue. The Boy Scouts would not, under any circumstances, dictate a position to units, members, or parents. Under this proposed policy, the BSA would not require any chartered organization to act in ways inconsistent with that organization’s mission, principles, or religious beliefs.”
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Scout Oath:

On my honor I will do my best To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; To help other people at all times; To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Sexual orientation is not a “moral” issue, it’s an intrinsic part of the human condition. However, to designate that part of the human condition to be immoral for some and not others IS immoral.

Be “morally straight,” as your oath puts it, and do the right thing on this, BSA.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Gays are the biggest bullies in America

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-Brian Fischer of the American Family Association:
 

“Big Gay" is the biggest bully in America.”

In other words, and with subtext:

“How dare the ‘shit-eaters’ of society even consider themselves worthy of demanding to be treated equally let alone at all levels and in all sectors of society?”
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If we’re the "biggest" threat to their sense of superiority…

♪ Looks like we made it… ♪

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Obama LGBT Stance 2.0

January 2013 Presidential Inauguration
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It’s like a refined version of the Donnie McClurkin fiasco we went through the first time around.

Then: Ex-Gay Watch:
In reaction to the initial controversy, Obama sought to deflect charges of antigay bias by including a gay Christian representative in the tour.
Now: Huffington Post:
The Presidential Inaugural Committee has selected the Rev. Luis Leon, an Episcopal priest in Washington, to deliver the benediction at President Barack Obama's inauguration ceremony on Jan. 21, replacing the Rev. Louie Giglio, the Atlanta pastor who bowed out after controversy erupted over an anti-gay sermon he gave in the mid-1990s.

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Re: “the removal of Rev. Louie Giglio from President Barack Obama’s inauguration ceremony”

Evangelicals confuse ‘freedom’ with free rein to insult others



Janice Shaw Crouse, executive director of Concerned Women for America’s Beverly LaHaye Institute, wrote an op-ed for The Washington Times titled, “Obama Committee’s Slap in the Face of Religious Liberty.”

Crouse and other evangelicals routinely confuse freedom with having free rein to insult and demonize others without suffering consequences. They simply can’t comprehend that the “untouchables” they used to bully with their Bibles are no longer remaining silent and refuse to accept their inferior place in society.

Monday, January 14, 2013

40% homeless youth LGBT

Thank you, Cyndi Lauper -- advocate extraordinaire.



Forty to None Project: America's Next Generation
In America, it is estimated that up to 1.6 million youth are homeless each year and that up to 40% of them identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender.

Cyndi Lauper and youth from the True Colors Residence, The Door, Safe Space and Green Chimneys in New York City share why we all need to get informed and get involved in bringing an end to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth homelessness. It is time that we stand with America's next generation, so they can stand on their own. Share this video and be a part of the Forty to None Project!

Visit us at http://www.fortytonone.org to learn more.

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Friday, January 11, 2013

Family Research Council: Obama Inauguration Needs More Hate



FRC = Family research Council

TWO = Truth Wins Out

Money quote:

Peter Sprigg (FRC): The world we live in is increasingly marked by the enforcement of intolerance in the name of tolerance, exclusion in the name of inclusion, and forced uniformity in the name of diversity. It’s contradictory, it’s down right Orwellian, and yet people actually make theses statements with a straight face.

Wayne Besen (TWO): Peter, I find it ironic that you’re embracing diversity. You called for the imprisonment of gay people and said we should export homosexuals out of the united states and suddenly you’re for tolerance? I’m a little confused here.

Peter Sprigg (FRC): Well, this is about Pastor Giglio and President Obama, it’s not about me.

Carol Costello (CNN): Wayne is right about that, Peter.

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For more on this visit Media Matters:

CNN Hosts FRC's Peter Sprigg To Discuss Anti-Gay Pastor's Withdrawal From Obama Inauguration

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

The other side of why conversion therapy should be banned for minors -- when the kids want it and the parents don’t.

The ex-gay meme alive and infectious in Australia.

But we begin with the latest on the subject matter in California.
LA Times: Brown appeals injunction against gay-conversion law
January 2, 2013 | 3:06pm

Gov. Jerry Brown on Wednesday appealed a court injunction that has blocked enforcement of a new law [SB 1172] that prohibits providing gay minors with therapy aimed at converting them to being heterosexual.

The notice of appeal was filed on behalf of Brown and the Medical Board of California by state Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris with the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which decided Dec. 21 to block the law that took effect Jan. 1 pending a decision on its constitutionality.

A small group of therapists and religious groups argued that the law infringes on their rights to free speech, but Harris has called conversion therapy “unsound and harmful.” [emphasis added]
The first Amendment argument could also be made in regard to driving, alcohol, cigarettes and a host of other minor-related regulatory laws.

The “free speech” that these therapists and religious groups argue for almost cost these parents the life of their son.

From Australia’s The Project news org.

Partial transcript:

Ben Gresham: Growing up I’d always been told that homosexuality is wrong. That if you are gay or lesbian that you can’t be part of the Church, you don’t get into heaven and that it’s a sin. … I would pray every night that God would take my attraction to other men away from me.

Narrator: But praying didn’t work. At just 16, he turned to a church leader for guidance. … The church helped Ben enroll in an online conversion program, aimed at turning him straight.

Phyllis Gresham [sitting with husband, Michael]: We had no idea, honestly, that Ben was going through the ex-gay program. He went to church meetings, we thought they were just church meetings. We do feel angry that the church did not notify us. Certainly if we had known what was happening we would have stopped him from doing them.

Narrator: Ben tried three conversion programs in three years, all failed. At 19, he tried to take his own life.

Ben: Because, for me, I couldn’t imagine a life without God. I couldn’t imagine a life without my faith, without my church, without my family, and that’s what I thought would happen.

Phyllis Gresham: It’s taken me a long time to forgive myself that I didn’t know what was happening.

Michael Gresham: Yeah.
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Ben, like many gay kids, got the message that the state of being homosexual is sinful, and thus, are in an unwitting perpetual state of unrepentantce.

The anti-gay-ex-gay solution is a denial of homosexuality as a state of being for the promise of a virtually non-existent hope of becoming heterosexual.

Either look forward to hell, or look forward to a life of hell.
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therapists and religious groups argued that the law [banning underage conversion “therapy”] infringes on their rights to free speech
And in doing so, they also argue that they should have the right to indoctrinate minors into the anti-gay-ex-gay lifestyle without the knowledge or consent of their parents.

A precise and additional reason why ex-gay therapy should be X rated.

(Thanks to Flourish&Bloggs for inspiring this post.)

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Exodus International 2012 Blooper Reel

“My flannel is blousy.”  -Randy Thomas
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I have to say they deserve credit for posting this... A LOT of credit.