Social media hiding truth

Social media hiding truth

Social media hiding truth

Alternative media seems to be the strongest voice for truth on moral issues, especially when it comes to the issue of homosexuality.

LaBarbera, Peter (AFTAH) LaBarbera

Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality (AFTAH) says social media sources like Facebook and YouTube are banning messages about therapy that is designed to help people deal with unwanted same-sex attraction.

"It's a shame that that message is deemed hate speech by the left," he laments. "Unfortunately, if they succeed in hiding this information from the public, there are going to be a lot of people who will not get the saving information and the help they need to overcome the abuse they received as younger children and teenagers."

The fact is many of those individuals did suffer abuse as children, and most of them have psychological scars as a result.

"The reality is you have thousands and thousands of people who are calling themselves gay or bisexual or transgender who were actually molested sexually in a deviant way as children, and they deserve healing no matter what Big Tech says," LaBarbera insists. "They certainly don't deserve to have laws passed against them so they can't get the help they need."

18 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico have laws banning so-called "conversion therapy," which means psychologists cannot help anyone deal with the problem that likely led to their deviant lifestyles.