Are homosexual children irredeemable, lost forever?
According to a new law in the state of California, homosexual children are unable to be redeemed. They are forever lost in the sin of homosexuality. Christian parents of homosexual children might as well just hand their children over to the state and forget about them, as they are now the property of the state.
Better yet, just hand them over the local lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. They will love the homosexual children better than any parent would, and they know how to better care for the children. After all, they are who got at the children in the first place; they certainly can take things from here. It is not as if they don’t know what they are doing.
The LGBT community first gets at the children in the public schools, teaching that homosexuality is normal, something to be explored. If one does not explore the possibility, how would one know that one is or isn’t? It is simply the logical thing to do, to get children to dabble in the “alternative lifestyle.” And it is cool to be gay today. Just look at all of the television shows that have the happy homosexuals being embraced and loved on, while the homophobe characters are bad, evil, and just not right. It makes sense to protect their investments with a law that bans any conversion therapy of children who turn to homosexuality. So they did.
California Governor Jerry Brown signed into law SB-1172, authored by California State Senator Ted Lieu. The bill that makes the claim that being lesbian, gay, or bisexual “is not a disease, disorder, illness, deficiency, or shortcoming” states the following:
This bill would prohibit a mental health provider, as defined, from engaging in sexual orientation change efforts, as defined, with a patient under 18 years of age. The bill would provide that any sexual orientation change efforts attempted on a patient under 18 years of age by a mental health provider shall be considered unprofessional conduct and shall subject the provider to discipline by the provider’s licensing entity.
Christian mental health providers will now find themselves in trouble with the state for counseling children who are brought to them by parents seeking help for their sexually confused children who are having homosexual tendencies and by all accounts could be branded such. This attack on the U.S. Constitutional freedoms of California parents should not hold up in a court of law. It is a blatant attack on the children of California, an attack that was clearly a preemptive strike and planned for a very long time and not something to be ignored.
Debra J.M. Smith 10-01-12