"It may sound harmless, but the Canadian Senate’s decision to fast track and pass a bill prohibiting 'Conversion Therapy' is terribly dangerous and, to date, without precedent worldwide. How on earth did this happen?
An article on Canada’s CTV news referred to 'the harmful practice' of conversion therapy, noting that this will now be banned for people of all ages, part of a promise made to 'the LGBTQ2S+ community' by the government...
It states, 'Conversion 'therapy,' as it has been called, seeks to change a person's sexual orientation to heterosexual or gender identity to cisgender. It can include seeking to repress someone’s non-heterosexual attraction or repressing a person’s gender expression or non-cis gender identity.
'These practices can take various forms, including counselling and behavioural modification, and they have been opposed by numerous health and human rights groups.'...
The reality is that this new bill actually prohibits Christians from practicing their faith when it comes to homosexuality and bisexuality and transgenderism. It also prohibits people who want to get help to pursue change, whatever their age, from pursuing that change — as long as it is change away from being gay or bi or trans.
Not only so, but the bill prohibits any attempt at 'behavioral modification,' meaning, simply wanting to lessen one’s same-sex attractions or actions. This is now forbidden by law.
As expressed by Jose Ruba, communications director of Free to Care, 'This means heterosexual Canadians could get support to reduce their unwanted sexual behavior but non-heterosexuals could not. That is a violation of our Charter rights.'
Talk about dangerous government overreach. Talk about yet another step toward banning the Bible.
This bill is actually the worst thing of its kind that has ever been passed — and it was passed unanimously, with the help of 'Conservative' senators."
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