I know this is not PC of me, and that it will draw fire from certain quarters, but, when I saw this, I had to wonder: how many of us would ever “go gay?” I mean, if you are born that way, and you cannot change, then how does this sort of thing happen?
A gospel singer who says God delivered him from homosexuality reports that the mayor of Washington, D.C. asked him to cancel his scheduled appearance at a concert for the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.
Singer Donnie McClurkin was to hit the stage Saturday night to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the Washington Post reports, but Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D)—after several gay-rights activists complained to him—allegedly asked the Grammy-winning singer to not perform. McClurkin did not attend.
I’m sorry, but I just don’t understand the hostility toward anyone who says they were but are no longer Gay. If you are born that way, and there is no “cure,” then why the fear of anyone who says there is, or that you can change? If you are the way you are, then nothing can change it. So why look to use government force to prevent anyone in the public arena from even mentioning the idea?
Now, I am aware that most people believe “gay conversion” therapy doesn’t work, including the AMA. Some even claim it does harm. But I am also aware that, until the “gay rights” movement took hold in the 1970’s, the AMA held the opposite opinion, and reported up to a 95% success rate. Which leads me to wonder: how much of our “science” is nothing more than political agenda cloaked in real ‘quackery?’