You know, like a Highlander!
Harvey, on her radio show, talks about how “Those who have left homosexuality” talk about how “they’ve once felt empty” and wanted “to absorb the personality and identity of another person, even someone of the same sex because the vacant feeling inside is so great.” Yeah, Harvey is definitely confusing lesbians and gays with the nosfaratu.
Harvey claims that “When others seem to have meaning and purpose, the feelings of self-pity can be overwhelming.” The problem is that most people who experience that are driven to feeling self-pity and shame because of people like Harvey and Christopher Doyle, the guy behind the ex-gay lobby day and ex-gay pride month, which got about zero attendees.
This past Saturday, Harvey spoke to Doyle who claimed that “people who experience same-sex attractions often experience change in much greater change towards heterosexuality than the other way around.”
Part of the problem is that they haven’t been able to produce very many ex-gays. The ex-gay lobby day netted a whole ten people. To give you some idea, it is currently estimated that there are 2,250,000 lesbians and gays in the United States or 7.5% of the population. From the actual examples that the ex-gay movement have provided, it appears that there’s about 100 actual ex-gays or about 0.0000003% of the population.
Human sexuality is a complex issue, and while there are people who do go back and forth across the sex divide, they usually identify as bisexual. Some bisexuals are more attracted to one sex or the other. Quite often, the ex-gay (and unfortunately the gay) activists forget that bisexuality exists. Recently, Alan Chambers talked about his being attracted to men, and still being attracted to his wife, and yet, the word bisexual never crossed his lips, or apparently his mind.