Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Four Short YouTube Films Countering 'Gay' Misinformation

From: Mission America []

These are really good.

We Are Thinking, an Ex-Gay political action committee dedicated to minority
opinion and the civil rights movement in America, announces the debut of
four short films on YouTube. Watch these new videos on You tube by clicking
the below links:

Definition of "homophobia" by young Jewish man --

"I'm no Nazi, I'm a Jewish American, and I don't believe people should be
given special rights based on who they have sex with."

A man in a wheelchair explains what "innate" and "immutable" mean --

"Sex is an option, but cerebral palsy isn't."

African-American male says being gay is not an ethnicity --

"Our parents did not march with Dr. King so Tom and John could get married."

Gay man assures straights not to be scared of gay marriage --

Dr. Robert Spitzer, a renowned psychiatrist who helped remove homosexuality
as a disorder from the medical manual, is sympathetic to gay rights and
maintains that some gays can change their sexual preference --

Gay rights also includes the right of gays who want to explore their
heterosexual potential.

Be sure to rate the videos once you have seen them so they know what your
opinion is!

Oh, and here's one about Hillary Clinton and her gay message –

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