But what if the facts clearly show that homosexuals can change and that the success rate among those who tried is quite high? Too bad for the facts. Dare to publish them and you'll be accused of "discrimination" and "hate mongering" by militant homosexuals. So, when a Christian advocacy group, Life Productions, posted a 30-second commercial on CTV, suggesting that it is possible for homosexuals to quit their destructive lifestyle, get back to normal life and start a family, the ad was pulled off the air just 3 days later. Was there actually anything hateful and discriminatory? Judge for yourself.
The ad, narrated by John Westcott, (the founder of Exchange ministries, an organization that seeks to help practicing homosexuals who wish to leave the lifestyle) goes as follows:
"You hear a lot about gay rights, gay marriage and the gay lifestyle being taught in our public schools for children," says Westcott in the ad, "but what many people don't realize, and seldom hear, is that many homosexuals don't want to be homosexual. What many who are struggling with homosexuality don't realize, and seldom hear, is that they can change. I should know - for 13 years, I used to be one."John Westcott is himself a former homosexual, as is his wife Dena. He shares his life experience with others, talking about a problem he overcame. What's so "hateful" and "discriminatory" about that?
Most likely the ad ended up being banned simply because it challenges the "sexual orientation" myth the militant homosexuals use to shove their agenda down people's throats. Because that compels them to admit that the society can't be held responsible for the lifestyle choices they make.
People insist that orientation can't change ... maybe they feel so strongly about this because they want to believe they can't help their actions. No wonder they're so angry when someone comes forward and says they have been able to change.Sheila J. posted that on the "wall" of a facebook group in support of Lifeproductions. Well said, Sheila!