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Did a Gay Activist Lie to the New Jersey Senate?

DCM in FL Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 3:50 PM
People who defend homosexuality (such as KathyC below) invariably make all kinds of claims about "damage" done by people who oppose legitimizing homosexuality & encourage sexually confused people to get unconfused. Such claims invariably turn out to be little more than hot air. And where there is any semblance of substance to them, it is overwhelmingly dwarfed by the damage done by homosexual activity and the acceptance thereof. Talking about "damage" done by "anti-gays," and ignoring the damage done by the practice & acceptance of homosexuality, is like pointing to a drop of water while denying the existence of the Pacific.
Dante9 Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 5:59 PM
That is a stupid and irrelevant metaphor. But considering the source, what would one expect.
AZYaateeh Wrote: Mar 25, 2013 6:37 PM

There was one particular testimony before the New Jersey Senate detailing the dangers of “gay conversion therapy” that was so riveting that it sounded like something taken straight out of a Hollywood script. It now appears that it was taken straight out of Hollywood. So, not only is the New Jersey Senate in danger of passing a terribly unfair, discriminatory bill, but the most compelling testimony presented appears to be a fabrication.

Before getting into the details of what appears to be an incredible hoax, it’s important to understand the nature of this very dangerous bill, which would make it illegal...