Dear Southern Poverty Law Center: Thank You.
This is the first time a “conversion therapy” practitioner has been directly sued for deceptive practices, SPLC officials said.
“JONAH profits off of shameful and dangerous attempts to fix something that isn’t broken,” said SPLC deputy legal director Christine P. Sun. “Despite the consensus of mainstream professional organizations that conversion therapy doesn’t work, this racket continues to scam vulnerable gay men and lesbians out of thousands of dollars and inflicts significant harm on them.”
Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing deserves to be vigorously sued, please, right into a modern century. Go on and drag them to court by their pant loops. Litigate them to dust. Thanks.
As for you — clear out a forehead-sized spot on your solid desk. And then read one of JONAH’s testimonials from a ‘wife,’ if you can:
Now I’ll let you into a little secret…..I am not the type to suffer in silence! So, as I kept trying to work out what the problem was, I involved David in my quandary: “Dave, why don’t you like to get intimate?” “Dave, why don’t you try doing this?” “No, not like that!”…how about this?”………I just didn’t get it! And apparently, neither did he!
Eventually, he couldn’t take my constant (and yes, in hindsight incredibly insensitive) hounding. Things obviously weren’t going according to plan. I’m not exactly sure what the plan was. I do know that he had been advised to get married and everything would work out for the best! . . Well, approximately 8 weeks after we were wed, David told me that he’s gay.
. . and after throwing all their money away first on hypnotherapy and then sessions at JONAH, the problem was ‘solved.’ Or ‘paralyzed,’ with plenty of pain and confusion. How tragic.
Now on behalf of JONAH, American Thinker explains how sex really works:
The witch hunt against “ex-gay therapy” must be explained with some context. First, it makes sense to speak in terms of “ex-gays” only if you begin with the false assumption that bisexuality does not exist.
Every respectable therapist I know acknowledges that sexuality exists on a spectrum, and people develop attractions to different kinds of people under different circumstances. Think of how few jokes we’d have about prison if it were impossible for people to redirect their sexual desire to a new object based on context.
Like when Bubba the Psycho suddenly falls in love with you in the shower. And then everybody, even the Aryan Brotherhood, tiptoes out so the two of you can honeymoon. That’s homosexuality.