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Those who experience same-sex-attractions often deal with a host of challenges and choices. They wonder if their family will love them, if their friends will continue to support them, and how to reconcile their feelings and emotions with their goals and beliefs in life.
For some, their fears become an all-encompassing focus of their life. These fears can be debilitating and encourage destructive behavior. Many need to be able to talk about it, all need love.
"It's not something to be afraid of. It's something that people face, a lot of people face as a course of their everyday life," says Aaron Bitzer, one who has faced these challenges.
Mr. Bitzer shares in this video the truth that part of who we are as humans is the ability to choose how we live our life. "Impulses and cravings do not define a person," he shares. While some people choose to engage in a homosexual lifestyle, others choose to abstain.
Unfortunately, the state of California has taken away the freedom of minors who deal with same-sex-attraction and do not wish to live a homosexual lifestyle to seek therapy to help them live a life void of homosexual activity.
California SB1172 states that therapists (which include clergy who are also licensed therapists) cannot engage in any "efforts to change behaviors or gender expressions, or to eliminate or reduce sexual or romantic attractions or feelings toward individuals of the same sex."
Pacific Justice Institute is fighting against this bill, so that minors can receive the therapy and help that they want—without the government making the life-style decision for them.
Join us as we hear from Mr. Bitzer about his life, his journey, and his choice regarding same-sex-attraction.
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