Published on 25th January 2013 – 15 Shevat 5773. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
I am sure you have heard within the United Kingdom the Government is debating about the meaning behind marriage and allowing homosexuals the right to be married but there is one thing the Government itself keeps avoiding and even in a way now starting to support and that is a form of discrimination against the ex-homosexual community surprisingly by the homosexual community itself.
For many years the homosexual community have been attacked over and over and it is a very good thing they are now protected by law but why is it now the homosexual community has started to attack the ex-homosexual community and anyone that supports them even when the homosexual community has fought for many years to stop being vilified by the overall community due to how they are, just to turn around and do the same to those that leave.
It seems for some reason someone is now able to turn around and tell the world they are a homosexual and as long as it is not in half of the middle east and a couple states in the United States of America, they will be accepted with any change. It then seems for some reason you feel you are heterosexual after all it is now wrong and attacked by the homosexual community (really, just Google it and you will see many peopleâ€™s stories when they tell you they had more abuse coming out as heterosexual then they did when they came out as a homosexual).
Double standards has always been something that exist within human nature and while the homosexual community cries out for tolerance and too should do the same to ex-homosexuals who are not given that chance by them.
I say grow up and live how you want but of course that naturally means I am not accepting of the homosexual community and thus automatically am wrong and what not but really very few gives a shit today if you are gay or not, stop caring about if others are too and worry about your own lives.
Further Reading: Discrimination against ex-gay
If you are a homosexual and about to comment that I am wrong as there are homosexuals out there that accepts ex-homosexuals than great. This article is not saying everyone that is a homosexual hates the ex community but simply showing that it does exist just the same way there are people out there that does not accept the homosexual community.