Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Pro Life Seminar to "Change" Gay Men

The Pro-Life foundation, the major lobbyist against abortion and contraceptives is turning its gun on homosexuality with a seminar to "guide" families with gay members to "change" them.

What?!?!?!

Is any of us gay man guilty of abortion that the Pro Life guys have decided to to bring their attention to us? Or perhaps, ingesting sperm cells is now considered a form of abortion or artificial contraception?

Whatever their reason is, here's what their website says on their upcoming seminar. (for the young ones, Pray that your parents don't attend this seminar!):
PRO-LIFE PHILIPPINES FOUNDATION, INC. invites all to attend the Pro-Life Seminar Series for August titled WHEN YOUR LOVED ONE TELLS YOU “I’M GAY”


This talk deems to answer questions related to families confronted with the homosexual issue most popular today. With the proliferation of the homosexual culture in mass media, our young people are increasingly exposed to a stronger promotion of this so-called “alternative lifestyle.” How does the family handle this growing situation? What should be the attitude of parents and siblings and well-meaning friends when their loved one/s reveals their tendency towards same-sex attractions (SSA)?

This seminar also aims at helping the homosexual person understand the roots of his/her SSA, and hopefully be able to influence him/her to embrace a path of chastity and change.
My message to these guys: Good Luck!

6 comments:

Melanie said...

I hate seminars... so hate ko yan...

ןıuǝ oɟ ɟןıƃɥʇ said...

making abortion safe and legal and allowing the masses to divorce as easily as it is for the rich are the gateway reforms to same-sex marriage -- naturally we are the threat in the periphery

Anonymous said...

Can they make seminars instead such as, how to fight corruptions with gov't officials, how to be better citizen, how to earn a living & How to be more productive. This is a must now after the blood math last Monday.

ןıuǝ oɟ ɟןıƃɥʇ said...

thinking more about this, i know from conversation that these types of seminars are also a great way for closet gays to network and hook up -- where they might otherwise be excluded from channels to find mates, etc.,. i think this point was satirized in the American film "But I'm a Cheerleader?"

Anonymous said...

a good way to spend my church pity...

LET'S START with the trannies. lasso them all away from their parlours, comedy bars, dime-a- dozen bikini contests, hostessing jobs and calaboose them to the gallows of old St. Agustin church to force hear what these seminarians has to say. if they come back lightning rod straight - HALLELUJAH!

Anonymous said...

kung effective yan aattend ako.