Laura Wood and Paul Vitz #homophobia #sexist #quack #crackpot #fundie

[From ““Homosexuality and Hope””]

A SOCIETY that normalizes homosexuality is a cruel society

Imagine a society that celebrated alcoholism and encouraged alcoholics to embrace their addiction. Imagine the covering over of the resulting disasters with platitudes of love. Then magnify that a hundredfold. For the affliction of the artificially-created homosexual is far worse, alienated as he is from the most basic roles and bonds of society

The heartless modern world consigns him or her to an unhappy state — without exception. The more homosexuality is normalized, the more homosexuals convert their inner conflict into “pride.” The person who identifies as a homosexual will always be in deep conflict, and the acute awareness of this causes pain that no homosexual “community” can assuage

But there is hope

In the introduction to Dutch psychologist Gerard van den Aardweg’s 1985 book on this subject, Homosexuality and Hope: A Psychologist Talks about Treatment and Change, Paul Vitz writes:

Homosexuals are not condemned to a way of life that alienates, separates, and restricts[…]

There is no such thing as an innate homosexual[…]
In societies where sex roles and the differentiation between boys and girls are strong, there is almost no incidence of homosexual behavior. The homosexual condition is caused by confusion and a blurring of these roles. Feminism and the endless propaganda to make men and women the same has inevitably led to a plague of confusion. It is no wonder that many people are caught in a trap of unnatural desires[…]
Many a girl raised to be as competitive and aggressive as a boy understandably struggles to embrace her womanliness. Many a boy who can never be the rowdy, athletic star and is surrounded by the glorification of homosexual lust understandably struggles to embrace his inherent manliness[…]
Meditating on the mysteries of the Cross is, of course, the most effective means of escaping all psychological affliction



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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