Oh these jokes just write themselves.
Liberty Counsel head and currently under RICO investigation Matt Staver will become the first recipient of an ex-gay award presented by Christopher (I’m still really gay) Doyle’s Voice of the Voiceless (VoV) 2013 First Annual Ex-Gay Awareness Dinner and Reception being held in a hush husk location in Washington, D.C. that will only be disclosed upon registration for the event because of “harassment and threats.” *snort*
“We are thrilled to honor Dean Staver at the First Annual Ex-Gay Pride Celebration. He has been a champion in defending the freedoms of clients who pursue counseling to overcome unwanted same-sex attractions (SSA) and has tirelessly advocated for their God-given right of self-determination and Constitutional rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I can’t think of a better person to receive this award!”
“Voice of the Voiceless” more like “Dicks for the Dickless.”
I predict that the men’s room traffic at this event will be overwhelming.
Self-loathing closet case Christopher Doyle of Voice Of The Voiceless, has announced that the FRC sponsored “Ex-Gay” Pride Month in July has been cancelled to the despair of ten’s of bigots
“Due to some anti-ex-gay extremism that has occurred since we first announced Ex-Gay Pride 2013, the July 31 Lobbying Day on Capitol Hill and Evening Dinner/Reception at the Family Research Council has had to be moved and postponed to an undisclosed location in September. The harassment has caused several security threats which has forced us to change plans, and that is unfortunate. However, we are committed to holding an alternate event in late July as well as supporting some other initiatives that our allies and fellow ex-gays are planning for July. These events are still in development and will not be announced until late next week. For all of our supporters that have made travel plans to attend the July 31 event, we sincerely apologize for having to change plans, but we thought it was in the best interest to ensure the safety and security of all participants and speakers.
“On the bright side, this harassment and anti-ex-gay extremism has reminded us just how intolerant some individuals and organizations are about the existence of ex-gays and former homosexuals. So much so, that we believe it is necessary not only to hold events in July for Ex-Gay Pride, but also to declare September as the First Annual Ex-Gay Awareness Month. Ex-Gay Awareness Month in September will be a time to reflect on the discrimination and marginalization that former homosexuals and ex-gays experience in the public at large. It will also provide some much needed exposure to students in secondary schools and colleges across the country to learn about the plights, challenges, and tribulations facing ex-gays in our culture.”
Pffft “… moved to an undisclosed location.”
I wonder which Chik-fil-A they’ll chose to have it at?