Exodus spokesman Randy Thomas repeats his earlier remarks about the ex-gay agenda, in the context of promoting Ex-Gay Lobby Days and an appearance by Exodus executive director Alan Chambers on MSNBC.
Instead of listening to what gay people are actually saying about ex-gays, Exodus seems to be persisting in the lie that gay people want ex-gays to engage in homosexuality.
What gay people want, and have said all along, is for ex-gays to stop using discrimination and misrepresentation to bully others into adopting the religious right’s unethical sexual and religious practices.
What ex-gays wish to do with their own lives is, and has always been, their own business.
The fact that people can change their behavior isn’t new, and it’s irrelevant to the protection of civil rights for all, including gays and ex-gays.