NJ couple's challenge to gay conversi...

NJ couple's challenge to gay conversion ban is dismissed

There are 5 comments on the NorthJersey.com story from Jul 31, 2014, titled NJ couple's challenge to gay conversion ban is dismissed. In it, NorthJersey.com reports that:

For the second time in nine months, a federal judge in New Jersey has dismissed a lawsuit challenging the state's ban on gay conversion therapy.

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Latter Day Taints

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Jul 31, 2014
But that couple did have standing.

Hubby surely needs that reparative therapy badly. And his lonely wife wants him to get it so he can "give it."
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#2 Jul 31, 2014
Latter Day Taints wrote:
But that couple did have standing.
Hubby surely needs that reparative therapy badly. And his lonely wife wants him to get it so he can "give it."
Then she should spend all her money on reassignment surgury to look like Justin Beiber
.
Then her old gay hubby will boink her until death do they part; just like the preacher promised
Latter Day Taints

Philadelphia, PA

#3 Jul 31, 2014
Rainbow Kid wrote:
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Then she should spend all her money on reassignment surgury to look like Justin Beiber
.
Then her old gay hubby will boink her until death do they part; just like the preacher promised
I doubt she likes oral or anal sex, whether her husband is imaging she is a Canadian, male teeny bopper or is not so imagining her.

He will have to stick to lusting after his reparative therapy counselor, I am afraid.

Just my opinion.

“Marriage Equality”

Since: Dec 07

Lakeland, MI

#4 Jul 31, 2014
So all the religious bigots are crapping their pants over the very thought of gay people being parents, yet they seem to have no problem with parents that go to court for the right to tell their son that he's no good and needs reparative therapy in order to not be a failure in their eyes. Nice.

“Equality First”

Since: Jan 09

Location hidden

#5 Aug 1, 2014
I remember when I came out at 15, back in 1959, to my parents, siblings, and close friends. You would think, considering societal opinion at the time, that I was making a very dangerous decision. I was extremely lucky. My parents were supportive of me living my life on my own terms, but cautioned me about how the world was at the time. Sure, they had their reservations, but they loved me and got me to a shrink who was an enlightened professional. Not an easy task, I would imagine, in those days. My siblings and my close friends didn't think it was a big deal. My closest friend at the time turned out to be gay also. Lucky me. I wish this kid all the luck that I had. He will need it.

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