In this series, we investigate the text of the Californian Assembly Bill 2943. Activists have found a keyhole in the USA law: consumer protection. Psychotherapists have been degraded to illegal prostitutes and clients are whore-mongers.
One out of every two Afro-Americans who now enter the ‘gay scene’ will contract the H.I.V.-virus before age 50, according to the Center of Disease Control, but seeing a therapist and buying his/her book is apparently far more dangerous. No-one spreading sexually transmittable diseases, lethal or non-lethal, is persecuted in California, but seeing a shrink appears to be the bloody limit. Homosexuality is no longer seen as a threat to our youth: heterosexuality is! It is not the virus of the prostitute that can harm you as you engage in sex with him, it is his speech as you listen to him. They have finally turned the tables around. To this end, the proponents of the bill quote the Pan American Health Organization, a pompous title for a scam. Continue reading Californian War on Dissident Views, part 11: “The Pan American Health Organization”
The American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) was quoted in the draft of the bill in order to report negatively about psychotherapy. In our view, their few sentences constitute hate speech against bisexuals and slander against licensed therapists. We will analyze each and every sentence of their contribution and demonstrate that we are facing scams, and that their comments are not substantiated by the publications of the American Psychiatric Association or the American Psychological Association, as claimed. They are fabrications. Continue reading Californian War on Dissident Views, part 10: “The AASECT, more scams”
In this series, we are performing fact-checking and close-reading of the text of the bill. The bill itself is deceptive and fraudulent, and it may prove useful to spell it all out, because any deception that is easily exposed, is not a politically laden subject and cannot be denied.
In the bill, we see an excerpt from a publication of the American College of Physicians ACP (2015) denouncing what they call “conversion therapy”. It is made to look as yet another example of “contemporary science” on the subject of psychotherapy, along with other organizations. But the text is just copied and pasted, grammar mistakes and all, from the 2009 American Psychological Association Report (APA, see previous article, part 8). The ACP did no independent research on any client, nor have they spoken with any contested therapist or his/her organization, nor have they reviewed any publication stemming from the latter. Who are the ACP? They have become a political cloak organization made to look like mental health experts. Here is an analysis. Continue reading Californian War on Dissident Views, part 9: “The American College of Physicians, another scam”