‘We Exist’: Former Gays and Transgenders Protest California’s Discriminatory LGBT Therapy Ban

A group of 30 former gay and transgender people lined up at the California statehouse this week to protest Assembly Bill 2943, a proposed law that would make it a crime for religious people and organizations to try to counsel people from the LGBT community.
As Faithwire previously reported AB2943 seeks to ban materials (such as books and videos) and organized events that preach against homosexuality or transgenderism from the state. The bill prompted Christian outreach organization Summit Ministries to cancel a scheduled conference at Biola University outside of Los Angeles, as it promotes biblical views regarding marriage.
“California legislators have publicly claimed that change is impossible and those people simply don’t exist,” said a press release issued ahead of the rally, as reported by LifeSite News. “While the state celebrates those who embrace an LGBTQ+ identity, this bill will deny such choice and fluidity from anyone seeking to move in the opposite direction.”… more

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