Elizabeth, Presbyterian Church, Ken Williams discussed on Dennis Prager

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With events speakers ken williams and elizabeth wanting what is the press conference about and tell us can why are you on elizabeth speaking on and this is all about again ab twenty nine forty three which we've talked about before one of the things that most concerns me about it is i fear that it will result in a lot of therapists simply turning away gay and transgender patients because that'll be off the table you won't be able to talk about it am i right and that's right that's right it it'd be the bill bans any sexual orientation change efforts both with goods and services so many people are are wanting to pursue a life of homosexuality or transgenderism but a lot of people who find themselves with same sex desires are not wanting to pursue a lifestyle in accordance with that many have convictions due to their faith or or just personal convictions that want them to live out heterosexual expression and this bill basically removes from society any tools or helps to for people to pursue their convictions i don't really feel like the state of california needs to tell me what kind of sexual identity is okay for me to pursue and so if i want to go to therapists some some expert to help me walk out my personal choices for freedom i don't see why the state should be interfering with that i couldn't agree more now i'm elizabeth are you in ken speaking as people who have sought out this therapy but both of this have stories of change in our sexuality in the gay community i didn't try to get rid of my experiences with same sex attraction i wasn't interested in change i went to seminary openly gay i was in the presbyterian church which is an affirming branch of denominations and so it really was after i graduated from seminary that i began pursuing god on a different level and in that journey with guide began questioning what was the truth about my life experiences and ultimately kind of let go of that identity and over time experience change in my desires i've been married to a man for thirteen years and i don't think about being a lesbian i don't struggle with my sexuality at all and so the the suggestion that at least for women there's never change or it's not possible that's really wrong in my opinion.

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