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[Regarding the movie "I Am Michael" about gay-activist-turned-"ex-gay" Michael Glatze]

The film has one big lesson for homosexuals: when you start a zero, you can never be less. Hope they all see this film and get inspired by it.

joyoflife11, LA Times 9 Comments [2/5/2017 1:27:05 PM]
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Demon Duck of Doom

I'd watch it so I can mock it.

2/5/2017 1:37:13 PM

"Inspired" to think that you're nothing? For someone calling themselves joyoflife you sure are a dreary, nihilistic fuck now aren't you?

2/5/2017 2:01:24 PM


A zero? You assume LGBTs are zeroes? That's the ex-gay movement's problem: they assume they are trash, because they are told they are trash, so they fake it til they make it so they can finally be noticed and praised. Like a abused child doing what their attackers want so the beatings will stop.

I'm not mocking them. It's horrifically sad. I weep for them, truly.

2/5/2017 2:24:05 PM

Shepard Solus

Literally your entire religion is built on the premise that you are worth absolutely nothing. It's THE core principle of your death cult. So who the fuck do you think you are to call anyone a zero?

2/5/2017 2:36:06 PM



You just hit the nail on the head. The best way to respond to people who consider themselves "ex-gay" is pity.

2/5/2017 3:08:05 PM


Well I'm less inspired and more horrified that there are still people who try to sell the whole "ex-gay"-thing. I feel very sad for those guys, so conflicted and so pushed by social pressure to deny their identity. And the notion that gay people start as a zero is disgusting. I really don't need your faux empathy.

2/5/2017 6:07:17 PM


What a pity that homosexuals are not lining up to hear your informed opinion...../snark, with tiny violins.

2/5/2017 6:21:38 PM


Inspired to run the other way and never look back, maybe.

2/5/2017 9:08:44 PM

Mister Spak

"gay-activist-turned-"ex-gay" Michael Glatze"

2/6/2017 6:57:01 AM

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