2 thoughts on “The Truth about Gay Conversion Therapy

  • August 25, 2014 at 4:19 pm

    Thank you. An excellent summary of the reasons why “conversion therapy” is, at best, a sheer waste of time. It should be read by anyone who is considering embarking on this wild-goose chase, which has been known to rob years – and often what should have been the best years – out of people’s lives.

  • December 30, 2014 at 4:55 am

    This new “conversion” therapy is a scam. Brought forth by those who promote homosexuality. they know the therapy doesnt work. Its to make anti-gay groups look bad and stupid for promoting something that doesnt work.

    In the early 90s my teenage best friend had to do a hormone therapy to cure a medical condition unrelated to homosexuality. But coincidentally, he had homosexual tendencies. He would have ended up gay. But the therapy cured him of it. I knew it. His brother knew it. And he knew it too. Although he had already somewhat developed certain feminine characteristics, those never fully went away. but he became alot more masculine than without the therapy.

    I have seen firsthand that homosexuality can be cured. And the 20th century studies that show its a hormone defect only support what happened in my friend’s therapy. They used steroids. there was no “conversion”. Just simply putting things in proper order like they needed to be. Time eventually healed most wounds. If his therapy was used on an adult, it might take longer for things to change. Due to the years of development. The psychological affects would take longer to change.

    But the most important thing here is to understand that homosexuality is NOT normal. It is a condition. One that can’t be recognized for what it is because of political entities that are hell bent on using it for agendas. To destroy things.


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