Defending the family

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Note: The following contains candid discussion of male homosexual behavior.

Robert Oscar Lopez writes on "The Stream"

The dreaded moment is upon us. The Equality Act has passed out of committee in the U.S. House of Representatives. It will pass the House and move to the Senate. The White House (a house divided) has criticized the bill, but has not threatened to veto it.

Christians who backed this president must contact him and demand that. Call your congressmen and your senators. If we stay silent, this may become law. And that would be the end of freedom for Christians in America.

Read the bill for yourself here.

"Public accommodation," "federal funding," "education," and "anti-discrimination protection" & all nebulous words that regulators can expand to mean anything.

LGBT activists will demand access to children through school curricula. They will insist upon the right to groom them and coax them into identifying as gay or trans. In essence they lay claim to the right to prepare them to be their future sex partners. They will force people who experiment with gay sex to remain in the gay sex pool, via laws that ban any counseling to help them leave.

The Equality Act will force everyone to lie. We will have to tell innocent children that they have two daddies, when they do not. Then we will have to tell confused teenagers that they are girls when they are boys. We will have to tell miserable and suicidal homosexuals that their unhappiness derives from external homophobia. The solution to their unhappiness would actually be to stop engaging in homosexuality and pursue a normal heterosexual life.

People should oppose this act with all their energy because it will affect everyone in America. So speak up and oppose it. Call your congressional representatives. Be vocal.

LOPEZ goes on to list the history of Christians and Christian leaders making tactical mistakes fighting the homosexual agenda.

Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio says "Lopez is a thoughtful author who admits his own mistakes in his opposition when he first wrote about his upbringing and now-former homosexual lifestyle. Public Advocate has consistently avoided the mistakes made by most other Christian groups as he lists the many classic mistakes of debate that Public Advocate has warned about for 35 years."

In the rest of the Stream post, Lopez explains what he should have first written and five gigantic mistakes made by Christians in America.

See the original post at The Stream.

Hat Tip to Free Republic