My comment on a comment on "Ban urged on therapy to convert gays - Washington Times"

My "pending approval" comment on The Washington Times (pending because it contains three links):

From the article:

David Pickup, a California marriage and family therapist, told a state Senate committee hearing in April that SB 1172 is "full of factual inaccuracies," including saying that SOCE doesn't work, though some peer-reviewed studies show it does.

"I myself am a former SOCE client," said Mr. Pickup, president of the International Institute of Reorientation Therapies. "I haven't just experienced behavioral change. I have experienced in my life actual, emotional change."

Are you calling him a liar or what? He's far from the only person who takes this position about his own change.

Also, NARTH says there are "relevant peer-reviewed" studies. Have you been to their website to read their work? I have. NARTH.

Watch Dr. Cummings while you're at it.

Here's part 2.

Safety cuts both ways. That proposed law would leave kids stranded/helpless. That would cause harm. We know that many homosexuals become so due to not only distant fathers and mothers who want less masculine boyish behavior but due to direct homosexual abuse as well. California State Senator Ted W. Lieu's law would leave them without even their own parents being able to step in to get help for them.

Also, the supposed consensus among the various large associations of mental healthcare providers, as Dr. Cummings makes absolutely clear, is more than suspect. There has been a concerted cover-up – a conspiracy if you will – to deliberately suppress rigorous investigation into areas that might (have outside those co-opted associations, such as NARTH) show that homosexuality is not what the homosexualists have cracked it up to be. There is a large body of evidence that still stands showing that homosexual behavior is not benign relative to heterosexual behavior, all other things being equal. The fact is that physiologically speaking, the main sex endeavor of male homosexuals in particular is not conducive to good health. The anal canal just wasn't designed for it regardless of what unnatural means are used to mitigate the physical damage, not to mention the direct mental (brain matter alterations) that occur.

My view is that the proposed legislation is down right fascistic and certainly stupid.

What matters is truth.

Read the whole article: Ban urged on therapy to convert gays - Washington Times.

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