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Ex-Gays Demand Equal Protection Under the Law on July 31

July 18, 2013

Ex-Gay Pride Month Highlights 10 Day Road Trip to Washington, D.C. to Demand Equal Protection Under the Law for Former Homosexuals

Dr. Douglas McIntyre is a husband. He is a father of three children. He is a grandfather of four grandchildren. He also happens to be a former homosexual and the Co-Founder of the oldest and longest running ministry that helps individuals with unwanted same-sex attraction leave homosexuality, Homosexuals Anonymous. Most importantly, he is mad as HE*L and is NOT going to take it anymore!

“For too long gay activists have silenced us, marginalized our voices, and cut us out of the conversation. While they preach tolerance for gays, they routinely practice discrimination towards former homosexuals like myself who have taken a different path,” commented McIntyre. “How dare they try to disrupt our event on July 31, intimidate, and threaten us! I’m not going to take it anymore!”

In response to the recent anti-ex-gay extremism, McIntyre is organizing a 10 Day Road Trip starting in Dallas, TX on July 21: “I’m organizing a 10 Day Road Trip to Washington, DC called ‘Grandpa Goes to Washington’ and I’m stopping in 10 cities along the way to hold rallies and draw attention to the homo-facism in this country – the bullying from gay activists who say only one viewpoint on homosexuality can be tolerated. I’m also doing this for the next generation of young people, including my four grandchildren, who are now being inundated by ‘kids cartoons’ such as SheZow, the new cartoon that is being promoted by the activists who say that being Transgender is cool, but counseling to overcome same-sex attractions and/or changing sexual orientations is harmful. This nonsense has got to stop!”

SO000740On July 31, the trip will culminate in Washington, DC, and Dr. McIntyre is calling all former homosexuals, individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions, and their families, friends, and allies to join him as he lobbies Congress to demand tolerance and protection from the threats and harassment that is being waged against former homosexuals. “Following our day of lobbying, we’ll meet in front of the Supreme Court of the United States and let Justice Kennedy know that Gays and Lesbians are not the only sexual orientation class that has had to face animus in this country, as he opined in his decision on the Defense of Marriage Act case last month. Ex-gays routinely face harassment, bullying, threats, and intimidation from anti-ex-gay extremists, and are frequently marginalized and discriminated in the media, who portrays only stereotypes and characterizes us as repressed, ticking time-bombs, such was shown in CBS’ recent show ‘Criminal Minds’ that was aired in February 2013.”

“On July 31, Congress will hear our voices. The Supreme Court will hear our voices. America will hear our voices.”

Click here to download the flyer of Dr. Douglas McIntyre’s 10 Day Road Trip to Washington, DC!

If you would like to join Dr. Douglas McIntyre, Voice of the Voiceless, and Equality and Justice for All on July 31, 2013, please e-mail contact@equalityandjusticeforall.org to register for the event.

Ex-Gay Pride Lobbying Day and Press Conference Details

When: July 31, 2013

Where: Cannon House Office Building (Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. – exact location to be revealed when you register) and Supreme Court of the United States (Washington, D.C.)

Time: 8:00am -  Lobbying Congressional Staff, 2:00pm – Press Conference in front of the Supreme Court of the United States

Voice of the Voiceless is the only anti-defamation league defending the rights of former homosexuals, individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions, and their families. For more information, visit our website at www.VoiceoftheVoiceless.info

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  1. I don’t have any strong views on people who regard themselves as ex-gays

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