Ex-Gays Demand Something

For years, Parents and Friends of Ex-gays and the International Healing Foundation have pushed the idea that ex-gays were a minority group like gays. They have mimicked the language of civil rights movements and yet very few people have seemed to buy it.  Today, Chris Doyle’s group Voice for the Voiceless had a lobby day at the Supreme Court (even though you can’t really lobby the Supreme Court) and demanded their rights. Problem was only about 10 showed up.
CBN has more…

After all is said and done, I can’t figure out what rights ex-gays lack or why they need protection.
The CBN interview is a surreal viewing experience and a big commercial for IHF with unsubstantiated charges about “security threats.” If such threats were verifiable, I feel sure that Doyle’s group would make them public.