Former homosexuals will be in Washington later this month to
celebrate the first annual "Ex-Gay Pride Month."
co-founder of Voice of the Voiceless (VoV), explains how his
group will cap off the month of July.
"What we're going to be doing is former homosexuals, persons with
unwanted same-sex attractions and their families and allies, are
going to be convening on Washington, DC, on July 31 to send a clear
message to the members of Congress that ex-gays are alive; we do
exist," Doyle tells OneNewsNow. "There are tens of thousands of us,
and we want to be counted."
Homosexual activists try to erase former homosexuals from the
scene, contending that people cannot change if they are attracted
to the same gender.
"We are tired of the gay activist lobby discriminating [against]
us, marginalizing us and taking away our rights, and we're now
fighting back, and we're demanding that if gays are going to get
full diversity and equality in America, we also demand that ex-gay
voices be heard as well," the VoV co-founder details.
He adds that his organization will lobby Congress throughout the
day, then hold a dinner and reception with Equality and Justice for
All at Family Research Council Action in the evening for attendees.
Featured speakers include Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN),
former Senator Jim DeMint (R-SC), Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver,
Congressman Tim Huelskamp (R-KS), and several prominent leaders in
the ex-gay and faith communities who celebrate the fact that change
Two homosexual men who "married" in Canada and now live in Louisville, Kentucky, have filed a federal lawsuit to have their view of marriage recognized. People with traditional values, meanwhile, are looking for state leadership to defend against a challenge to the state's marriage laws.