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Supreme Court Declines Case Contesting Ban on Gay Conversion Therapy

Supreme Court Declines Case Contesting Ban on Gay Conversion Therapy

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/01/us/supreme-court-declines-case-contesting-ban-on-gay-conversion-therapy.html

In a nation wherein “In God We Trust” has become a mere creed on the money upon which it is printed, this is yet another “repost” of a blog previously deleted from my Facebook Page. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/01/us/supreme-court-declines-case-contesting-ban-on-gay-conversion-therapy.html  Undaunted, VICE is a book club and an unorthodox ministry of sexual healing whose mantra is, “WE can’t fix it IF we can’t face it, inconsequential to whatever it is.” Ergo, any nation that vacates GOD’s statutes and commandments, by default, becomes “ungodly”. Therefore, in our modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah, I am not surprised by the United States’ paradigm shift toward “ungodliness” in politics, religion, and sexuality. For example, the US Supreme Court refused to revisit the crucial moral issue of whether teenagers and adults who don’t want to be gay, lesbian, bisexual, or trans-gendered have the right to “conversion therapy”, which may effectuate a desired change in sexual orientation. Of course, the success of such therapy would undermine the politically correct hypothesis that men and women are born gay. Efficacious conversion therapy also would affirm that GOD’s commandments allow us a moral choice to obey or to disobey Him, which is the antithesis of many GLBT advocates. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QU-UNIdXO9k Yet, is it not in the best interest of all parties to allow psychologists and psychiatrists the option to employ any effective “corrective therapy” they deem appropriate for their clients? Is not such professional discretion inextricable from the concept of “mental health”? For example, according to http://www.sexchangeregret.com, some trans-gendered individuals not only experienced post-operative regrets, but nearly 41% of them attempted suicide. IF a mother looks the other way when her brother molests her ten-year-old daughter, then is she also guilty of child abuse? By not reviewing this important case, is the US Supreme Court aiding and abetting teen depression, teen violence, teen drug addiction, teen prostitution and ultimately teen suicide? I rest my case.

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