Senator Eric Abetz has stated clearly that homosexuals can become straight, during a TV interview.

Asked by Samantha Maiden on Sky News on Tuesday if, “do you personally believe that gays and lesbians can pull up their bootstraps and show a bit of discipline and become heterosexuals. Do you actually think they can stop being who they are in some way?,” 

Senator Abetz said: “The reality is, and evidence has been given to Senate Committees, where people that have been in gay relationships have gone into heterosexual relationships and I believe that can happen courtesy of the evidence.” 

Senator is not talking specifically about a small number bi-sexual people who are driven by confusion and possibily lust, but those who have testified that they no longer are homosexual and return to heterosexuality. The media seems to have convinced itself this is not possible. The reason why, is because it undermines the whole homosexual equality marriage argument because it becomes a personal choice, subject to emotions and feelings.

“It is up to the individual as to what they want to be and how they want to express themselves. That is up to them in a free society.”

“My complaint has been that when people say that they have moved from a gay relationship to a heterosexual relationship, they are never reported, they give evidence to Senate Committees and it’s as if the evidence was never given yet when people say they were in a straight relationship going into a gay relationship then that is all that’s reported.

“All I seek, and I don’t think it’s too much to ask, is for a bit of balance in the reporting by Australia’s journalists of the actual evidence, the real evidence, that is given to some of these Senate Committees and I think we all know people that have been, if I can call it that, a straight relationship who have gone on to be in a gay relationship and people then doing the opposite and the fact that both occur in society is an established fact and why we can’t report on the two way traffic is something that has bemused me somewhat and is indicative of a certain bias in the media that they only want one side of the equation spoken about.”

via Blogger


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