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  1. Emproph
    December 3, 2007

    Every person that begins to feel this attraction towards someone of the same gender knows that it’s wrong, because they live in a world where they see what is normal…

    Not normal = wrong
    Normal = right

    Isn’t that pretty much the basis of moral relativism?

    And then there’s this:

    And so psychologically they turn it around. Because they feel so much shame, they create “gay pride.” And they insist that they’re full of pride about who they are. And it’s just a gigantic self-delusion. It’s a psychological self-defense mechanism.

    The man has come full circle and is now projecting his own psychological projection.

    psychological projection (or projection bias) is a defense mechanism in which one attributes to others one’s own unacceptable or unwanted thoughts or/and emotions. Projection reduces anxiety by allowing the expression of the unwanted subconscious impulses/desires without letting the ego recognize them.

    This is a perfect example (from above):

    But the second and more important thing is a secret. The antihomosexual leaders, the leaders of the antihomosexual movement, they are the ones who push this. Not the average antihomosexual. Of course many of them fall into using it as a tactic. But this aggressive accusation of nefarious agenda hatred is coming from the antihomosexual leaders because they need to keep the other antihomosexuals inside of the antigay community.

    Not perfect, but you get my point. Not that it needed to be made (again), but I find it “striking” how accurate their descriptions projections of themselves are when they’re describing we “evil” gays. (oops, I mean we “evil” homoSEXuals.)

  2. grantdale
    December 3, 2007

    Jim, as much as ever, thanks for all your work.

    These are, alas, one of the few types of posts that we generally keep from our family. Nothing to do with you of cause, but they simply upset them too much.

    For all their nonsense, seeking to deny their role, when a mother lies awake for several nights near sick with the fear that someone could hold such aggressive attitudes toward her son and the man she too has come to love… and where those attitudes will ultimately end… you know something is very wrong in Christian Camelot.

    This is beyond any religion: it is disturbed, violent thinking.

    The time is long overdue for Alan Chambers personally, and Exodus officially, to categorically and publicly cut off any and all contact with anyone even remotely connected to these awful people.

    Alan: your “good friend” Ken Hutcherson, what say you?

  3. Selly
    December 3, 2007

    Jim, you wrote,
    “It must be quite a secret indeed, one that even I am not privy to.”

    That secret would be on page 47 of the manuscript, “the Gay Agenda.” Next you will be telling me you haven’t heard of (or read) that either. Tsk, Tsk.

  4. Jason
    December 3, 2007

    I thought the gay agenda involved brunch?

  5. Emily K
    December 3, 2007

    Nobody told ME any of these secrets – not even in the GSA in high school. Guess i’m not gay enough.

  6. howller
    December 3, 2007

    Holy Sh*t!

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