Gay Liberation Movement is anti-psychiatry

psy-killsThere are great paradigm differences between Reparative Therapy which stems from a century of tradition since Sigmund Freud declared that all people are innately bisexual in their potential, and on the other hand anti-psychiatry, which is the foundation of gaylib.

Antipsychiatry has been abolished for heterosexuals in the nineties, but still continues for homosexuals in a small forgotten niche in society, because opposition to this ideology is labeled as homophobic. Continue reading Gay Liberation Movement is anti-psychiatry

Proposed ban in Massachussetts on reparative therapy

mass-houseIn Massachussetts, USA, the struggle to enforce a ban on reparative therapy is in full swing, after gay-lib lost the battle in twenty other states. On their website (massresistance.org), people from Massachussetts write:

“Around the USA gay-lib extremists are pushing their agenda more aggressively than ever in state legislatures, cities, and school districts. It is happening in state after state. School districts that seemed normal are now promoting “transgender” restrooms and locker rooms, capitulating to name and pronoun changes, and even avoiding the words “boys” and “girls”. Continue reading Proposed ban in Massachussetts on reparative therapy

Change in sexual orientation

chapter1Huge amounts of impartial scientific evidence now make it clear that homosexuality is not biologically hard-wired and that change is possible. In New Zealand dr Neil E. Whitehead, PhD, looked for more than twenty years into 10.000 scientific papers and publications on homosexuality. His book “My Genes Made Me Do It!” (2013) takes a position based on objective and thorough research. He has worked as a scientist for the New Zealand government and the United Nations. Continue reading Change in sexual orientation

Martin Luther King on same-sex attractions

mlk2In a recent Charisma News story, an exchange between Dr. King and a young man is described, where King gives advice while writing an advice column for Ebony Magazine. The boy’s question and Dr. King’s answer are below:

Question: My problem is different from the ones most people have. I am a boy, but I feel about boys the way I ought to feel about girls. I don’t want my parents to know about me. What can I do? Is there any place where I can go for help? Continue reading Martin Luther King on same-sex attractions