International Healing Foundation Announces The End Of Homosexuality

Really. Just look.

Announcing

THE END OF HOMOSEXUALITY

Want to Know How?

Greetings,

Want to be part of an exciting revolution? Want to end homosexuality and prevent bullying? Want to protect your children and grandchildren?

Everyday our kids are being inundated with false information about homosexuality-born that way and cannot change. This is both scientifically and scripturally untrue. We at IHF have developed solutions to end homosexuality:

1. Coming Out Straight: a plan to heal unwanted same-sex attraction (SSA)

2. Gay Children Straight Parents: a plan for family healing

3. Counselor Training Program: education for therapists & ministry leaders

Eventually all of this turns into a request for money. Want to end the gay? You gotta pay to play.

There is one thing that can be said about International Healing Foundation: Change is Possible.

They change their message and tone frequently. Good cop and bad cop, all in one package, all in one day.

Speaking of that slogan – change is possible – nearly two years ago, Cohen and IHF apologized for it.

We at IHF wish to offer a sincere, heartfelt apology to everyone in the LGBTQ community who may have been hurt by our message of “change.” As the director of IHF, I apologize and ask your forgiveness. I did not realize that by stating, “Change is Possible,” some would be offended. That was the furthest thing from my heart and mind. To think that our message of “change” would cause further pain to LGBTQ youth and adults is painful to imagine … I am deeply and profoundly sorry.

Now I can envision another future apology: We at IHF wish to apologize for claiming to bring about the end of homosexuality. We did not realize that by announcing the end of homosexuality, some would be offended.

One would be hard pressed to find a more confusing organization than IHF. On their “coming out loved” website, they claim to accept gays:

Some live a heterosexual, homosexual, bisexual, transgender, or transsexual life, while others are unsure about their sexuality and seek to explore alternatives. We uphold your right of self-determination, to follow the path that fills your heart with love. 

Bringing in the bullying theme heightens the confusion and contradiction. I can only imagine how IHF’s message would be received by a GLB teen or young adult. IHF is now identifying with the bullies who also want to end homosexuality and is doing so in the name of preventing bullying.

Surreal.

 

 

  • Lynn David

    Hyperbole in the face of certain doom.

  • Lynn David

    Hyperbole in the face of certain doom.

  • ken

    when they don’t succeed in “ending homosexuality” do you thing the donors will be able to demand there money back?

  • Richard Willmer

    People I know who live near night clubs will be most upset. They tell me that ‘Gay Night’ is the only night they can get any decent sleep! Those heterosexuals are rowdy and ill-natured bunch, they say.

  • Richard Willmer

    (Not all heterosexuals are like this of course; it would be most unfair to ‘generalize’. I know some very nice ones.)

  • http://randythomas.co Randy

    I’m almost speechless but not surprised. Good response Warren.

  • http://www.slowlyboiledfrog.com David Cary Hart

    You never know what Cohen is going to do next. He went from Jewish to Christian to Moonie. He went from hugging to abusing furniture with a tennis racket … or the other way around. Who knows?

    He should ship his wife back to Korea (he married her in one of those Moonie mass weddings) and then marry Christopher Doyle.Let’s just hope that they don’t try to adopt.

  • http://www.slowlyboiledfrog.com David Cary Hart

    By the way, I guess that Cohen and Doyle went through all of that money that possibly came from the Unification Church. It will be interesting to see their 2012 tax return when they file next month.

  • stephen

    Poof. I’m no longer queer.


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