Articles Posted in the " Gay Issues " Category

  • No Need for Fancy Counseling- God’s Deliverance is for FREE

    No Need for Fancy Counseling- God’s Deliverance is for FREE

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    No Need for Fancy Counseling- God’s Deliverance is for FREE

    I hear of many people who have spent thousands of dollars on counseling and programs to help them ‘stop homosexuality’. Many people, perhaps go into these circumstances believing they can stop the behavior by attending these kinds of programs. I don’t want to give the impression that they wouldn’t work for someone but for many it is not needed. The information given at some of these programs are probably very helpful and surely have helped those who could embrace it.



  • Judge Rules Anti-Gay Flyers Can be Distributed on College Campus

    Judge Rules Anti-Gay Flyers Can be Distributed on College Campus

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    Judge Rules Anti-Gay Flyers Can be Distributed on College Campus

    A federal judge has rejected a series of arguments from Waubonsee Community College about why it should be permitted to bar an anti-gay group from passing out fliers on campus.

    The group’s advocacy for positions that run counter to the Illinois college’s anti-bias policies are not a legal justification, the judge ruled, and barring the group from leafleting would violate First Amendment principles. Judge Robert W. Gettelman ordered the college to come up with new policies this week that would not limit constitutionally protected free speech.


  • First Ever All-LGBT School to Open in Britain

    First Ever All-LGBT School to Open in Britain

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    First Ever All-LGBT School to Open in Britain

    We are not sure if America would do this and allow taxpayers to foot the bill, but America seems to not be very far from it. Would you agree with this kind of segregation?

    A taxpayer-funded youth group has drawn up controversial plans for Britain’s first school for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender pupils.

    LGBT Youth North West wants the school to cater for children aged 13 and older who have been bullied and hopes the idea will be copied across the country.