If it’s considered OK to change from one sex identity to another, why are gay activists and their leftist friends fighting to shut down the opportunities for those with unwanted same sex attraction to affirm their desired sexual identity? Does type of coercive behavior identify the activist groups as cults?
Christopher Doyle is a counselor who works to resolves conflicts of sexual identity for individuals and their families. His clinical method is not to push people in a particular direction, but to work with them to achieve their own goals with respect to resolving their sexual identity. This, however, frequently involves helping those who have unwanted same sex attraction to resolve those issues, and become what is called “ex-gay”. His group conforms to the APA standard of treating same sex attraction as a variant of sexuality and not a mental illness. He notes that while his work is acceptable to most LGBT people, the activists vehemently oppose this, and are trying to shut down the availability of such counseling to young people and adults. This has included legislation in some states which forbid the kind of counseling to allow a person to become “ex-gay”.
As the LGBT extremist activists go over the top in trying to silence all who do not agree ethically with such things as same sex marriage, and to ostracize all same sex attracted people who would rather not live a homosexual lifestyle, Christopher Doyle notes that young people are starting to see the activist driven, sexual “equality” movement as false.