In the previous blog, we analyzed Samuel Brinton’s article in the New York Times about alleged “torture” by a non-professional counselor. It is part of his campaign to silence professional psychotherapy and remove therapists from the public arena. He is one of the few men in the USA who makes it his job to denounce and persecute his parents in every state and by means of the Internet. It has even become his main source of income, rather than making money as a nuclear physics scientist. Something has to be said to defend the parents. This article can only be understood after reading the previous article “Samuel Brinton strikes again”. Continue reading To the defense of Samuel Brinton’s parents
Samuel Brinton, the poster-boy extremist, working for the anti-therapy campaign of the National Center of Lesbian Rights (NCLR), has managed to have an article published in New York Times on January 22, 2018. This article was crafted to resemble a regular article. But it is part of their campaign and reiterates the tiresome slander of the defamation rhetoric crafted to influence public opinion. The aim is to marginalize and ultimately remove all professionals who counsel people with unwanted same-sex attractions (SSA’s) from the public arena. Why now, you may ask? And why in the New York Times? What kind of man is he, and do his newly acquired heterosexual feelings mean the end of the “born that way” hoax? Continue reading Samuel Brinton strikes again
Being rejected is one of our deepest human fears. Biologically wired with a longing to belong, we fear being seen in a critical way. We’re anxious about the prospect of being cut off, demeaned, or isolated. We fear being alone. Continue reading Exploring your full sexual potential, part 20/24: Fear of Rejection
Homosexuality is an outdated concept. In this modern-day era, we bring forward that homosexuality does not exist as a separate sexuality in its own right. Sexuality does not come in isolated and separate categories such as plant, animal or mineral. Science demonstrates that human sexuality is fluid and not fixed into seperate immutable types. The sexualization of same-sex attractions is a coping mechanism, which the body is applying to try to deal adequately with the elements that constitute the Gay Related Complex. Continue reading The Gay Related Complex, part 8: Dealing with Coping Mechanisms
In this article, we will demonstrate the stigmatization, harassment and persecution of non-believers in the pro-gay stance. This is the belief that gay feelings should not be thought of as ‘unwanted’ by anyone but as desirable and ‘perfect’ (even God-given if you are religious). Therefore, no one has the right to investigate them. This is regarded as the ultimate truth and is reinforced by Orientation Theory, as we saw in the previous part. This stance leads to homosexism, a system of attitudes, bias, discrimination, and imprisonment of dissidents and apostates in favor of same-sex behavior and relationships. It is based on heterophobia, a deep-rooted irrational disgust and avoidance of intimacy with the opposite sex.
Homosexism has not only harmed society, but also the thinking of the psychiatric professional community. Critical stances have disappeared. Gay extremists willfully use a victim stance and in doing so, have managed to silence all contradiction, all fact-checking and therefore, all doubt. Continue reading The Gay Related Complex, part 7: Sexual Orientation Theory is harmful