Myth Buster Monday: Does same-sex behavior meet the criteria of a civil rights issue?

Myth Buster Monday: Does same-sex behavior meet the criteria of a civil rights issue?

Is same-sex behavior innate, immutable, and unchangeable?  If it cannot meet this standard, then it does not qualify for a civil rights classification.   To answer the question we refer you to Greg Quinlan, a former homosexual, who is now the president of PFOX – Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays.

This is an interview that is well worth your time.  In spite of an interviewer who has done his homework and is intent on cornering Greg Quinlan, Greg deftly handles each and every question while explaining the many myths surrounding homosexual behavior and lifestyle.

Can homosexuals change?  Listen to Greg Quinlan and you decide.

Part II:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUcLia8Ws8Y&feature=related

1Comment
  • Meagan
    Posted at 19:38h, 18 November Reply

    While I think that what he shares is a valuable insight, I was a little bothered by him saying that asking people to strengthen their relationship with God, praying, is a hate crime. So if someone suggests turning to God over a professional, because it goes along with their personal or religious beliefs they are attacking people of faith and need to be arrested? A little disturbed here, but otherwise it’s an insightful video.

    Sorry if there is a big gray square here on this page with my comment, I tried to get rid of the extra space, but it wont let me.

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