There’s an app for everything these days, so why not an app to turn you from gay to straight in only two months? Pray the Gay Away, now for both the iPhone and Android phones! Apple has removed it from its app store, but Google has resisted doing so to this point.
An app that promised users “freedom from homosexuality” has been removed from the Apple App Store, but still remains in Google’s Play Store for Android phones and tablets, despite requests to have it removed.
Setting Captives Free, a nondenominational ministry led by Mike Cleveland from Medina, Ohio, says it is committed to ridding people of sin through the teachings of Jesus Christ. In its mobile phone apps and on its website, the organization offers a series of interactive courses and informational materials on fighting temptation and living a sin-free life.But one course in particular, titled “Door of Hope: Freedom from the Bondage of Homosexuality,” last week caught the attention of gay rights and equality group All Out. The 60-day interactive course, which was then available through both the iPhone and Android apps, promises to “teach you to enjoy a newfound relationship with the Lord and how to find freedom from homosexuality.”
I wonder how many phones have that app and Grindr installed at the same time?