What about the media-ignored, ex-gay community? The entertainer Little Richard is a former homosexual and a man named Steven Bennett, also a former homosexual, is the head pastor of a church that reaches out to the GLBT community called Steven Bennett Ministries. Wasn’t Anne Heche “gay” for a time and now a married (to a man) mother? Then there’s Exodus International, a ministry that’s full of formerly “gay” people. Also, I’ve personally known three men that were once homosexuals and aren’t anymore.
Because of my time and travels on planet Earth, I’ve spoken, at length, to at least one hundred and seventy homosexuals and at least eighty lesbians. And when I sifted through all of the bits and pieces of information that I’ve gathered from talking to members of the GLBT community, I came to the conclusion that the gay lifestyle, although not an overnight choice, still begins as a choice, sparked by sudden and/or gradual childhood, emotional trauma. And then becomes a daily choice to ignore or rebel against the natural order of life.
Typically, a boy “misbonds” with his father before he’s five and bonds to a female that is usually his mother. Then other boys sense his effeminate behavior and humiliate and reject him. And often, a homophile offers the lonely, misdeveloped boy, “love” and acceptance. The gay lifestyle is the psychological equivalent of a broken bone that wasn’t set correctly before knitting itself back together.
There are two specific psychological terms relating to the GLBT lifestyle; one is called, “gender identity disorder,” and the other is called “gender dysphoria.” Simply put, it’s a boy who doesn’t grow out of the “I don’t like girls” stage of male sexual development. Or, vice-versa.
Carl Morris AKA Mantronikk, heteroseparatist.com 56 Comments
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