What the–? You can’t properly counsel someone who has been violated

Let’s step back for a moment and really think about what might drive someone to dismiss their God-given gender, or become attracted to the same sex.

In my experience, based on honest conversations with many people I know, all of my acquaintances who are/were attracted to the same sex were sexually molested.

It makes a lot of sense to me.

That said, shouldn’t we make professional counseling available to such tender hearts? You can’t even properly counsel someone who’s sexuality has been violated?!

I guess not.

A lawsuit contends Maryland’s ban on any gender-confusion counseling that does not promote homosexuality or transgenderism violates the constitutional rights of counselors, parents and youth alike.

This is garbage.

Liberty Counsel’s complaint seeks preliminary and permanent injunctions against the new state requirement.

The state measure prohibits minors from receiving voluntary counseling from licensed professionals to reduce or eliminate unwanted same-sex attractions or gender confusion.

Such restrictions have been adopted in several states already, but the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in large part against states taking such moves, based on the First Amendment.

Advocates for the homosexual lifestyle have worked through lawmakers to impose the restrictions, which ban any counseling that does not advocate homosexuality and transgenderism.

Read more at https://www.wnd.com/2019/01/state-sued-for-ban-on-gender-confusion-counseling/#LmrrqWpLTKm16tG1.99

Brian Sussman

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