Ex-Gays Seek to File Lawsuit for Sexual Orientation Discrimination
Washington, D.C. – Two weeks after the largest gay activist organization in the world, Human Rights Campaign (HRC), had its Co-Founder and Board Member Terry Bean arrested for alleged molestation of a 15 year-old boy, the Washington, D.C. City Counsel brazenly passed a bill to ban Sexual Orientation Change Effort (SOCE) therapy for minors. The council bucked a yearlong trend of 15 states that have failed to pass such legislation in 2014.“Tuesday’s unanimous decision by the D.C. Council is a victory for gay pedophiles everywhere, but especially in the District,” commented Christopher Doyle, President of Voice of the Voiceless (VoV). “Now that sexually abused and confused minors will no longer have the ability to see a licensed mental health provider in the District to help them reduce unwanted same-sex attractions due to sexual molestation, there will be less reports of sexual abuse by D.C. children, because they will increasingly be indoctrinated by D.C. -based organizations, such as HRC, that they are born gay and may not seek out treatment for their homosexual feelings brought on by pedophiles such as HRC’s Terry Bean.”Gay activists sponsoring the D.C. bill repeatedly pushed the idea that SOCE therapy was harmful, even though the American Psychological Association admits there is no such evidence beyond anecdotal claims. Additional testimony from Rikin S. Mehta, senior deputy director of the D.C. Department of Health, admitted there was no record of complaints against SOCE therapists. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests by VoV also confirmed that a single complaint from a minor against a therapist trying to coerce them into changing sexual orientation has never once been filed in the District.While recent laws in California and New Jersey to ban SOCE therapy have not been overturned in Federal court, VoV will support a lawsuit being filed in the District on grounds of sexual orientation discrimination, since Washington, D.C. is the only jurisdiction in the country that recognizes former homosexuals or ex-gays as a protected class against discrimination, according to the D.C. Human Rights Act.
“Despite the outrageous claims of gay activists in the District, SOCE therapy is not abusive, it is talk therapy. Therapists do not use electroshock techniques, such was testified by Transgender activist Brielle Goldani in New Jersey, and later debunked, nor do they insert needles on the hands of clients, which was recently claimed by Samuel Brinton, who still has refused to verify the details of the so-called ‘torture’ he alleges,” commented Doyle. “The real torture that is occurring is a life-time of hopelessness that a sexually abused child will have to undergo after they are raped by the likes of HRC’s Terry Bean. No wonder HRC was one of the key supporters of this bill. Their headquarters are in Washington, D.C. and they need to ensure access to as many young boys as possible to keep their leadership satiated. Now we have a better idea as to what Terry Bean may have been doing for those ten hours per week that he is listed as ‘serving’ on HRC’s Board of Directors, according to their latest non-profit filing,” commented Doyle.
Voice of the Voiceless is the only anti-defamation league for former homosexuals, individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions, and their families. For more information on the #TherapyEquality campaign of Voice of the Voiceless, visit: www.VoiceoftheVoiceless.info.
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