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10/06/2009

Video: Stand for ['ex-gay' therapy] Maine?

by Jeremy Hooper

*Pastor Emrich's YouTube Channel

*This video on YouTube: Stand For Marriage Maine's Bob Emrich supports 'ex-gay' therapy [YT]

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Your thoughts

I'm gay, have been since birth - I don't need these halfwits trying to tell me I can change. I am the way God created me and there is NO WAY that I could be brainwashed into changing. I accept myself for who I am - anyone who changes what God has made is the one who will answer on the other side.

Posted by: tom | Oct 6, 2009 2:09:06 PM

Oh boy, the pedophilia and bestiality arguments. Like we haven't heard that shit before.

I want to be set free from the religious bigotry that is evident in all the opposition to true marriage equality.

Posted by: Tony P | Oct 6, 2009 5:59:09 PM

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