'By choosing to leave the gay life, by choosing to stop those anonymous sexual encounters, I was able to determine my own course of treatment, which others would not be able to do if the Equality Act is passed.'
'‘Changed’ has come to DC to appeal to our president and to congress to focus on human dignity apart from identity politics. America deserves to know there’s more to the story when it comes to LGBTQ experience. Many, like us, have changed. We left LGBTQ because we wanted to, and others join us every day.'
ANALYSIS WASHINGTON, D.C., November 1, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — An extraordinary event took place beneath the magnificent rotunda of the United States Capitol Wednesday night: Former gay, lesbian, and transgender men and women repented and interceded on behalf the nation for the sins of homosexuality and transgenderism. They were part of a group which came to Washington this week to urge members of Congress to oppose the so-called “Equality Act” and “Therapeutic Fraud Prevention Act” that would prevent others from seeking help to escape LGBT lives. Moments before their entering the rotunda, NBC had published a story with a headline declaring that […]