More 'quackery' from the 'kooks'

More 'quackery' from the 'kooks'

More 'quackery' from the 'kooks'

A defender of human life says the Left has invented a brand-new term to define human beings, as if they didn't have enough already.

According to the Canadian Medical Association Journal, which is Canada's top medical association, the term "greysexual," meaning people who experience sexual attraction rarely or under specific circumstances, has been added to the LGBTQ+ glossary.

Jack Fonseca of the Campaign Life Coalition calls it "pure quackery."

"The people pushing this are kooks … and they're also LGBT activists, so it comes out of the gay lobby," he tells AFN.

Fonseca, Jack (CLC) Fonseca

Based off his research, Fonseca says the purpose of this new term is to "expand the letters in the rainbow alphabet" to continue pushing the sexual revolution by constantly "inventing new sexual aberrations."

He points out that homosexuals and politically driven medical professionals could save themselves a lot of time and work by simply consulting the Bible.

"Genesis [1:27] tells us right there, doesn't it? God made them male and female in his image," Fonseca references. "That's what all scientists used to agree on."

Regardless of who agrees or disagrees, the fact is that male and female are the only two genders God created, and male and female are the only two genders that exist today.

Meanwhile, Dr. Jennifer Morse of The Ruth Institute says opponents of so-called "conversion therapy" are using false information to prevent people from exercising counseling freedom and finding help as they battle unwanted sexual attraction.

Partly based on the notion that many who undergo the counseling end up committing suicide, 22 American states and multiple countries around the world have banned such therapy. But sociologist and Catholic Priest Paul Sullins has found that basis to be baseless.

Morse, Dr. Jennifer Roback (Ruth Institute) Morse

"People who are more suicidal in the first place are the ones most likely to choose to go to therapy, which accounts for why they have more suicide attempts over their lifetime," Dr. Morse relays. "But if you ask what happened to their suicidal attempts and suicidal thoughts and feelings after therapy, you find that that actually declines after therapy, not increases."

Proponents of the bans also claim therapists are torturing their patients.

"There has never been a case like that in the United States where a licensed therapist has been brought up on charges because they did something like that," Dr. Morse asserts. "These bans that are so-called conversion therapy are really about banning talk therapy and counseling that helps people deal with unwanted same-sex attractions."

She concludes that such laws are doing the opposite of what they are supposedly meant to do.