Tuesday, September 19, 2017

I thought that Sharon Kass found a new hobby

Sharon Kass
Sharon Kass is a rather infamous ignoramus and spammer of hate mail to LGBT activists. She has been at this for a long time (at least six years) and has accomplished nothing. Her emails over the years have been pretty much the same although recently she added gender identity to the rhetoric.

My next missive is to Juno.com.

Here is the latest spew I received this morning. I left the annoying formatting as is but eliminated the links and the other recipients' email addresses:
Subject: Jack Phillips may not prevail in MASTERPIECE CAKESHOP--but he deserves to

"Gay is the new black" is a lot of nonsense.  Please see below.--SK
Tired of being gay?
You can go straight!
Step 1:  Learn the real science about the nature, causes, prevention, and treatment of homosexuality and transgenderism (no prayer needed!):
www.narth.com          National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH)
Richard Cohen, Coming Out Straight: Understanding and Healing Homosexuality
Joseph Nicolosi, Shame and Attachment Loss: The Practical Work of Reparative Therapy
Janelle Hallman, The Heart of Female Same-Sex Attraction
K. Zucker and S. Bradley, Gender Identity Disorder and Psychosexual Problems in Children and Adolescents
Richard Fitzgibbons, "Gender Identity Disorder in Children"
Steven Rhoads, Taking Sex Differences Seriously
Step 2:  Learn about GayScam--the cultural cover-up serving the Leftist agenda:
Jeffrey Satinover, Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth
Charles Socarides, "Sexual Politics and Scientific Logic: The Issue of Homosexuality"
William McGowan, Coloring the News: How Political Correctness Has Corrupted American Journalism
Stella Morabito, "Dissecting Political Correctness"
Sharon Kass, "Queer Logic:  The Twenty-Two Logical Fallacies Used to Promote the Gay-Is-Normal Myth"
Step 3:  Contact NARTH at info@narth.com for a therapy referral (U.S.-wide).
Step 4:  Reach out to groups engaged in healing work and protection of rights:
www.instituteforhealthyfamilies.org (D.C. area; offers telecounseling, too)
Step 5:  Get on e-mailing lists and read articles linking psychology and morality with public policy and culture:
Step 6:  Learn to defend your autonomy and your choice in the face of challenge:
"This is what I choose to do for myself."
"Ex-gay therapy is compatible with the decriminalization of homosexuality and the humane treatment of everyone."
"Sorry, 'gay' just isn't 'the new black.'  And if you don't want me around, I can live with that."
Find the real you beneath the old fears!
Sharon Kass
Americans for Ex-Gay Rights
Washington, D.C.

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