Anti-Gay Site Founded By Alleged Ex-Gay Man Attacks “Morally Failing” Malta For Banning Ex-Gay Torture

Earlier this year Michael Voris, the virulently anti-gay and comically bewigged Catholic activist behind the website Church Militant, confessed that he had once led a “sexually sinful life of live-in relationships with homosexual men.” Today Voris’ site denounces Malta, which last week banned ex-gay torture. From their article:

Although Malta has a 90-plus percent Catholic population and is a Catholic republic that gives Catholicism official recognition as the country’s “apostolic religion,” nevertheless, it’s the first and only European nation to criminalize gay conversion therapy for adults who seek it. But Malta was the last European country to legalize divorce, which occurred in 2011 by popular referendum. Malta has been on a rapid decline ever since.

Last year the criminal code went through reform allowing for the emergence of porn shops. At that time Malta’s justice minister, Owen Bonnici, declared, “We need to recognize that morality changes over time — it is not a static thing, and legislation needs to acknowledge this.” He added, “The State cannot play moral custodian.” In October the morally failing country legalized the sale of over-the-counter morning-after pills used to cause abortions.

The Church in Malta put up resistance to the current legislation that bans gay conversion therapy. In February, the Church published a position paper that warned of the dangers of passing such legislation. The position paper noted the conversion therapy ban was being presented as if it’s “seeking to protect a category of people who may find it hard and painful to come to terms with their condition.” It went on to emphasize that the bill really limits patients who seek help.

  • Elagabalus

    “Comically bewigged” I love it! That’s pretty hysterical. This news must also slay the comically bedecked Cardinal Miss Burke, who was demoted to Malta by “good” Pope Francis. At least the pope got that move right, if nothing else.

    • Lazycrockett

      I see Rand Paul has opened a toupee shop.

    • BudClark

      Burke is still in Rome, where the Knights of Malta headquarters is. Napoleon kicked them out of Malta a long time ago. The job is basically a sinecure to get him away from the Curial levers of power.

  • PickyPecker
  • NancyP

    Who?

  • Oikos
  • Pollos Hermanos

    Come on you guys. He’s totally straight now and that’s his real hair.

    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Kup3hXO0I7E/hqdefault.jpg

    • PickyPecker
      • Texndoc

        As a kid Rip Taylor made me laugh till I cried. He didn’t give a F and was hilarious:)

        • M Jackson

          I was friends with Rippy in the ’80s, when he would perform in Dallas/Ft. Worth where I lived. He could be the meanest son-of-a-bitch and you’re absolutely correct that he did not give a single fuck about it, but he was also endlessly kind to me and I loved him to pieces.

  • Oikos
    • safari
      • Decorator Storm

        Don’t go there.

        • chrisinphx

          Oop..She went there

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      • JCF

        Oh, Miss Noxie!

    • Librarykid

      There is no hater like a self-hater.

    • Ninja0980

      O/T but that cat looks ready to kick ass.

  • Lazycrockett
  • Bad_Dog

    Ohhh,…she just needs to be fucked in her ass again to remind her how good it feels, then take an Alprazolam with vodka, and get on with her life.

    Always listen to what people are so obsessed with (Calling Tony Perkins, calling Tony Perkins), and their “message” will always tell you what’s behind their curtain.

    Or should that be “in their closet.”

    Anyway, somebody please ride this douche until she screams “cum in me” like the bitch she is and she’ll be fine.

    • Todd20036

      Seriously. He’s not jealous of my dick. He’s jealous of any gay man (lesbians don’t exist), who is comfortable with himself and can have a sexual encounter without having to do a bunch of Hail Marys or some such.

      I agree with you Bad Dog. This guy is quite lusting after dick.

      A straight guy really doesn’t care about gay people. Because we harm no one by existing.

      • David Walker

        1) Perhaps some Catholics are more intelligent than others.
        2) One wonders if he prefers sex with those guys in the $5,000 dresses and beanies or the kids who can be seduced by letting them drink lots and lots of “Christ’s Blood”?

      • JCF

        (lesbians don’t exist)

        Oh, but we do. Some of us are armed (me, w/ a withering stare—and bulging biceps!)

    • safari

      You sound fun.

    • EweTaw

      Is Alprazolam any good? I’m asking for a friend.

      • safari

        I prefer ambien better but it tends to lead to problems like sleep jailing.

        • vorpal

          I prefer Ambien aka zolpidem, too, but my doctor doesn’t dole that one out like candy, unfortunately :(.
          https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fa1ee0ae5b83ddb0554b32adc5351bebf7023c98367edbbd924e1b2f7f027982.png

        • vorpal
          • BillyDee4

            I started sleep eating on Ambien. I was cooking full meals.
            My doctor prescribed lorazapam last week. I took one Thursday and hallucinated for three days. Microsoft sneaking Windows 10 on me didn’t help.

          • vorpal

            …you hallucinated off Ativan / lorazepam????
            What was the dosage, and if I can be so crass as to ask, what age bracket are you in? It tends to affect the young and the old much differently than others.

            I’ve never heard of lorazepam hallucinations before. I didn’t even think that was possible. For three days, too? It’s a short acting drug.

            I don’t doubt your story, but there may be a weird liver enzyme explanation or interaction or age effect or something.

          • BillyDee4

            I am 67. Hallucinations are listed on the information sheet as a rare side effect. I have been taking temazepam for sleep for a while. I also have kidney cancer. I wanted something to ease my anxiety. He didn’t want to prescribe both drugs. I have always had strange side effects. in the late 70s I needed something to help me sleep. My dr gave me 100 quaaludes. I took the first one and ten minutes later I was standing naked in front of my mother-in-law, and puking and laughing at the same time. He told me to take 1/2 a tab. It took 20 minutes to reach the same state. I did have Hepatitis B years ago and I have a fatty liver. I am going to ask the dr to send me to a psychopharmacist.

        • vorpal
        • Ben in Oakland

          I ve been taking a very small dose of ambien the last six months in the morning. I get a full night sleep that way. Can you tell me what you mean?

          • vorpal

            I suspect maybe safari is referring to the notorious phenomenon of people sleep-driving on Ambien?

          • Ben in Oakland

            He was.

            I’m just grateful beucase I started having sleeping problems. Now, 2.5 mg when I wake up at 4:30 and I wake up refreshed at 7.

          • vorpal

            That makes sense. It has an absurdly short half-life of about 2-3 hours.

            I like taking 30 mg and knocking myself out right cold at night, but I don’t do that all that often. 😼

          • juanjo54

            Back when I still did some criminal work, I represented a number of fine folks arrested for dui driving without even knowing they were not in bed sleeping. Their last memory was going to bed after taking their ambien. There has been a study or two about the side effect on some people is them getting up and doing all sorts of things in the middle of the night after taking ambien. One of my friends told me an amusing [to me] story about how when his husband’s parents were visiting they encountered him at 1 am when he was sitting naked in the breakfast nook eating a half gallon of ice cream. He apparently had a lively conversation with them before going back to his bedroom and going to sleep.

          • Ben in Oakland

            I was very curious about it. I’m just grateful because I started having sleeping problems. Now, 2.5 mg when I wake up at 4:30 and I wake up refreshed at 7.

          • juanjo54

            Not everyone has a problem. Hopefully you will never have an issue. Many people do not.

          • Ben in Oakland

            I hope I don’t either. Right now, I am grateful for a simple, no-problem solution to what was becoming a serious issue.

          • vorpal

            It is tolerance building, though, so if you take it nightly for a prolonged period of time, it may stop working.

            How long have you been taking it for, and is it every morning?

            Note that it also can induce physical dependence, but that’s a pretty low dose, so I wouldn’t be overly concerned.

          • Ben in Oakland

            It has been about six or seven months now, and I take it about every morning, right around 4:30, which is when I usually wake up.

            Thanks for the info.

          • vorpal

            Ooops. Duh. Reading is hards, apparently :D.
            Sorry I wasn’t more attentive!

          • Ben in Oakland

            I will forgive you, but only on account of that handsome prince of darkness.

          • vorpal

            LOL this is why, I believe, the FDA reduced the recommended dosage by half: it used to be 20 mg for men and 10 mg for women, and now it’s 10 mg for men and 5 mg for women.

            Some people react very strangely to it. I don’t think I’m one of them… at least, I’m pretty sure!

        • TuuxKabin

          Give me librium or give me meth.

          • vorpal

            Chlordiazepoxide! IIRC, that was the first benzodiazepine ever discovered, and is the only one with such a unique name. (AFAIK, all the others end in -pam, or if they have a triazole ring, -lam.)

      • vorpal

        It has a diverse variety of uses :-).
        (In Chile, if it has a green star on it, it means it’s good!)

        https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/3b3c3f1e4a219e170d294d35596ad689247f23a555f200c4e16c7bb794c762e2.png

        • EweTaw

          I just looked it up. It’s basically just Xanax. My doc recommended I try xanax because he felt the Valium I usually take was too old fashioned and addictive. I tried it. Nothing. Not the slightest effect. Zip. So, I still rely on the tried and true standards. 10 mg of Valium as needed. Lately, I’ve insisted that I need it a lot. 😐

          • vorpal

            It is exactly Xanax… Xanax is just one of the brand names for alprazolam, as Kleenex is to paper tissue.

            Valium (brand name again – chemical name is diazepam) is one of the very early benzodiazepines (the family these drugs belong to)… but I don’t think it’s any more addictive than Xanax, and if you’re doing perfectly well on it, I don’t see why you should be switched.

            Xanax works pretty much identically in the brain, so I suspect maybe he didn’t get the dosage right? 10 mg of Valium should be about equipotent to 1 mg of Xanax. Valium lasts longer by about twice as much, though.

            There are some differences in benzodiazepines, but most of them just have to do with potency per mg and half life.

          • EweTaw

            I’ve noticed a general opinion of doctors these days to not want to write a prescription for Valium. How ever, the seem to be willing to prescribe as much refillable clonazepam as possible. Funny thing is they are both easy to build up a resistance to with regard to being effective. My “new” pm care doc decided he was an expert at treating depression and rather refer me to specialist prescribed a big old script for donnatil extend tabs which, instead of eliminating anxiety, just made me stupid. I can do stupid just fine without taking a pill to induce it. Now I’m on the search for a good out-of-network mental health professional. If I don’t find someone soon I doubt I’ll make it through the Trump years.

      • canoebum

        Right now, it’s one of the few things that keeps me from ranting and raving like a deranged madman. Wine and Cognac help. Serenity Now!

        • safari

          Insanity Later

          • canoebum

            Well, there are the seasonal escapes to the Big Woods, and my sweetie. They help keep things in perspective.

        • M Jackson

          Porn and weed are doing it for me.
          And of course reading comments on JMG is priceless.

          • BudClark

            YES!

            Thank PASTAFARIUS for my beloved sisters and brothers on JMG!

            GINORMOUS hugs from Bud-in-the-desert!

          • JCF

            Cabernet Sauvignon, the Episcopal Church (esp singing in choir) and EA (Try it, it might help: emotionsanonymous.org )

            And daily JMG!

          • M Jackson

            I have an 8-hour playlist of B’way show tunes that is doing the trick for me.
            I cry often, especially at the tv drama “This Is Us” and the movie “Moonlight”, and that’s ok.

        • BudClark

          I’m living on Lorazipam, Sertraline, Dilaudet, NORCO, and cannabis pills … all of which BARELY keep me from slitting my wrists. I was seriously ill BEFORE the election; I don’t WHAT I am NOW … HOPEFULLY *not* TERMINAL … though four years of The Strumpet may WELL *kill* me.

          • canoebum

            Take heart, Cheeto Deluxe won’t last two years. There will be open rebellion against him and his thieving, greedy cronies.

          • JCF

            {{{Bud}}}

      • JohnHOtt

        Alprazolam is generic Xanax. I’m told it’s a bit easier to wean off than Xanax.

        • vorpal

          There should be no difference. Xanax is alprazolam like Tylenol is acetaminophen. The only factor I can think of that might play a role is if you were taking Xanax extended release, but then I would suspect the opposite of what you stated.

          • JohnHOtt

            I was told by my doctor that Alprazolam was easier to stop using than Xanax. I used it briefly. It worked. I had no problem weaning off the drug.

          • vorpal

            I think at least half the time, doctors have no clue what they’re talking about, and you really have to do your own research.

            Before I got diagnosed with Crohn’s, I would generally take doctors’ words at their face value. After that, I dedicated a lot of time and effort to studying pharmacology and realized that many of them can diagnose common ailments acceptably but don’t have much of a clue when it comes to medication. I bet most doctors, for example, would have no clue what the difference between Celexa and Lexapro is.

      • Beagle

        Different psych meds affect people differently. Half an Alprazolam (which is the generic form of Xanax) takes enough of the edge of my anxiety attacks to calm me down during the day, and it helps me sleep at night. I’ve taken two during a short period of time twice — both times, once the stressor was gone, I slept all afternoon.

        • vorpal

          I’ve been taking alprazolam for almost 16 years and 1 mg will still knock me out for a couple hours. I’ve been really amazed at how NOT tolerance building it has been in me.

          Great life enhancer. High potential for abuse for some people, but I don’t find benzodiazepines in general to be recreational: to me they just make me feel sloppy, cloudy headed, and gross… like a sloppier form of being drunk but without the happiness and warmth.

    • vorpal

      she just needs to be fucked in her ass again to remind her how good it feels, then take an Alprazolam with vodka

      It’s like you read my fantasies.

      • edrex

        or daily “to do” list.

    • Ben in Oakland

      You first. That thing has teeth!

  • Cackalaquiano

    “Comically bewigged”
    I’m not sure when I’ll get an opportunity to use that, but I’m totally stealing it…

    • DaveMiller135

      Just write it down. It won’t go out of style.

    • Matt

      You can use it regarding ‘senator’ Joni Ernst as well.

      • JCF

        Oh, THAT explains it! (What’s her excuse? Agent Orange in Iraq, or was she scalped by one of those pigs she castrated? >;-S )

  • Rick
    • EweTaw

      Oh look. It’s the Osmonds!

    • Ray Butlers

      Revlon make-up names from the Sixties: “Monkey Tan”

    • David Walker

      Groovy, man!

  • AtticusP

    Life is far too short to spend it hating yourself the way this guy does.

    And somebody should tell him that there’s a muskrat on his head…

  • Bill

    I always knew Stuart from MadTV would turn out to be a ‘mo, but I thought he’d embrace it.

  • Ernest Endevor

    … he had (sic) once led a “sexually sinful life of live-in relationships with homosexual men.” I see, the old ‘I’m Not Gay But My Boyfriend Is,’ defense.

    • Todd20036

      I have a series of serious overnight relationships with homosexual men.
      It was sexually sinful too.
      Those are the best kinds of relationships, IMHO

    • Jon Doh

      Senator Tom Cotton syndrome.

      • Ninja0980

        Mark Kirk and Aaron Schock as well.

        • JCF

          But these latter two are either out (!) of Congress, or about to be. Cotton will be chapping our @sses, so to speak, for (likely) years to come…

          • Ninja0980

            Yup…. folks like that didn’t like Mark Pyror are missing him lots now.

    • Librarykid

      I wonder if he had a hemorrhoidectomy and is bitter because he cannot accept deliveries at the rear door anymore.

      • JCF

        Ew, thanks for sharing!

  • safari

    If he takes off the wig, is Voldemort going to be staring at us?

  • Lazycrockett
    • The_Wretched

      Looks like my predicted 2017 summer war is getting planned. It’s just a matter of getting Putin to agree to the carve up of territory. Assad might get to live but he’ll have two remote-detonate bomb collars on his neck.

    • Porkie

      Funny dat…Who da thunk?

    • Ninja0980

      War with Iran.. what could go wrong?

  • Oikos

    Church militant has disqus commenting.

    • PickyPecker
      • Oikos

        I’m not sure what to post there. The posts are all by butthurt homophobes.

        • PickyPecker

          I just peeked. Don’t think there’s anything I can really add. Pathetic whiners.

          • Oikos

            I just replied to a new post by a ‘former homosexual.’ 😉

          • PickyPecker

            Saw that. Kudos. Will fall on fucked-up deaf ears, tho.

    • barrixines as aladdin, nightly

      Well that didn’t last long – I’ve been banned.

      • Oikos

        Me too. Heretics cannot be tolerated. 🙂

  • m_lp_ql_m

    Mmmmm, I loves me some Malta milk balls.

  • teedofftaxpayer

    No such thing as “ex-gay”, back in the closet maybe, but not “ex-gay”.

    • JCF

      Still Totally Gay.

  • Paula

    How many times do we have to go over this, Mikey?
    Just because you are catlick doesn’t mean you get to torture other people.

    • BudClark

      Tell that to the Holy Office, or whatever the Inquisition is called today … it still exists under another name.

      • Librarykid

        Whether from the pulpit or the rack, torture is the Church’s constant tack.

  • Bill Post
  • andrew

    Thank you Malta for criminalizing the psychological abuse of children.

  • pj

    how old is this manboy.

    • Nasty Man
      • David Walker

        STB? Son of The Beast? Stupid Toupee Beanie? Slug The Bastard? Sins, Transgressions, Buttsex? Such Terrible Bollocks? Self Truth Betrayer? (This is kind of easy.)

        • M Jackson

          Stop, you’re killin’ me!

        • Friday

          Suckup Theocratic Bastard. 🙂

        • Lumpy Gaga

          Sexually Transmitted Bitchface.

        • Earl

          Straight To Bed with anyone who’s willing to be paid.

          That’s just because he doesn’t want to go to jail…

        • JCF

          Since you asked: Bachelor of Systematic Theology. Where I went to seminary (Union Theological in the City of New York: as liberal as it gets), many were in the “STM” program (a Master’s of Systematic Theology: usually done as a one year sabbatical program, beyond the 3 year MDiv—Master’s of Divinity—program taken before ordination). <–run-on sentence from hell; too lazy to fix!

          I think an STB may be more of a Roman Catholic thing.

          • David Walker

            Thank you. You’re very patient with me. I appreciate that.

          • George Waite

            So in other words, even more useless than a degree in History or Womens/Area Studies or a MFA?
            No wonder so many “Divinity” schools are closing-even people who believe in fairy tales know that this is a useless waste of money and time.

      • pj

        seriously ?

      • JCF

        To me, his sunken cheek suggests long-time HIV med use. Anyone else?

        • George Waite

          SAF-Serious AIDS Face?
          Or silicon injections gone horribly wrong?

  • Ray Butlers

    That wig is unacceptable. Soft, swoopy, sandy hair on an old man? I don’t think so. Even William Shatner and Burt Reynold know to keep it short and plausible.

    • Porkie

      But It’s the “David Duke” he bought it from QVC special! (and they said it was undetectable).

    • The Return of Traxley

      He looks like he stole Justin Bieber’s 2010 look, which is fine because Bieber would never want it back anyway.

  • Outlaw Woman

    “… comically bewigged …”

    Ha ha, but I can actually foresee Donald Trump style wigs becoming a part of a standard alt-right uniform during the coming hate-rallies over the next four years.

  • Jmdintpa

    Miss Thing… Joe says he is “comically bewigged” ha ha

  • dcurlee

    Someone please catch him sucking on a big fatty

  • He’s got a wedding ring on each hand. hmmmmm……

  • Natty Enquirer

    One for Jesus and one for Jesús.

  • jsmukg

    ‘Ex-gay?’ The hands in this photo alone……
    Bitch, PLEASE!

  • Gaymurcan

    Malignant, egophrenic religious insanity is the true “condition” for which reputable and effective treatment options are available. For more information about leaving a damaging and depraved religious institution behind, contact the American Psychological Association today. Keywords: cognitive-behavioral therapy; religious cults; deprogramming.

  • Stogiebear

    Bewigged and bewildered.

    • David Walker

      I’ll bet he got the rug at the same place Drumpf got his bleached dead squirrel.

  • Silver Badger

    Just visited the church militant site. They are as evil as breitbart.

    • jmax

      They just deleted all my posts. I thought I was being polite, but I guess they don’t like opinions that differ with church dogma. Sad.

      • Silver Badger

        Don’t feel like the Lone Ranger. My posts were removed too. So much for an objective discussion. Oikos, did they leave yours alone?

        • jmax

          Last I checked, there were only 9 comments left – all of them from anti-gay posters.

        • jmax

          First time that has ever happened to me – I guess I’m no longer a virgin : )

          • Silver Badger

            Gee Whiz! It sounds like we had group sex on the church militant site. I’m no longer a virgin either! Please don’t tell my mom!

    • grindstone

      And deluded. This guy has some serious paranoia. You’ll find that a lot of Catholic orgs no longer engage him or allow him on their conference circuits. But ya gotta love the giant sword imagery……ahhem.

  • geru

    That’s what you get for shopping at Wigs-R’nt-Us.

  • Ben in Oakland

    Here’s your solution, boy. Don’t go to Malta.

  • David in Tucson

    Yep. Catholics who have swallowed it all, hook, line, and sinker. They become joyless, preachy, insufferable turds. It’s the Catholic version of evangelical fundamentalism, and just as obnoxious.

    • Porkie

      ” Become”?

  • we’re still here

    His appalling wig reminds me of that gentle biblical story, of how a group of children mocked a bald man..and god sent a bear to kill them all. My guess is that this is the kind of story that Michael Voris takes inspiration from.

  • StraightGrandmother

    The wig is really off-putting.

  • i really can’t with that wig

  • AtticusP

    I am betting that anyone who gets their panties in a twist over this Malta issue couldn’t find the island on a map if their lives depended on it.

    But hey: can’t give up another opportunity to hate.

    • Jerry

      When they passed the ban last week, I had to look up the culture (I knew where the island was) to see if it would be a good place to relocate if/when things get really shitty here.

      • Friday

        I think I’d like it, actually, though there’s not a lot of shade. Ancient temples and a race scene, pretty progressive generally.

        • Jerry

          And being a former colony, one of the official languages is English.

          • Friday

            Yeah, that’s a big one. I know lots from other languages, but no one of them well enough for conversation. 🙂

  • Mark

    sounds like he couldn’t make it as a hustler…so he switched to hate and grifting…

  • KQCA

    “My life is miserably compromised by choice, so I am going to force everyone else to live in misery like me.”

  • Puckfair52

    Ah he went to confession got his 5 our fathers & 4 Hail Mary’s and hasn’t shut up since!
    Hyper Catholics are as annoying to others as they are to the Church at large.
    Do your penance and make a living at not being ex gay !

  • M Jackson

    You guys are all frigging hilarious.
    It’s comments sections on JMG like this one that are keeping me sane these dark days.

  • Matthew Delemos

    Religion is especially poisonous to minorities. Lucky us.

  • fuzzybits
    • Friday

      That’s frighteningly close to treating your partners like human beings instead of ‘sins!’

  • fuzzybits

    What awful thing did cousin Itt do to have to sit on this guys head?

  • Friday

    You’ve got to wonder what the Christanists think the appeal is supposed to be in letting them try and ‘convert’ you from an LGBT person to an asshole. (And one who apparently has to be obsessed with claiming to be no longer gay for them.)

  • Lumpy Gaga

    “sexually sinful life of live-in relationships with homosexual men.”

    No one’s cute enough to live his whole life going couch-to-couch. At some point, ya gotta grow up and grift.

  • Richard B

    nothing is more dangerous to our LGBT community than a closeted gay man using a church closet to hide in.

    • JCF

      …to snipe from: FIFY.

    • George Waite

      Yeah-you want to be in the closet, be my guest.
      You turn your closet into a sniper’s nest? You’ve just become fair game

  • Halou

    Morning-after pills don’t cause abortions you muppet, they prevent the pregnancy happening in the first place. Damn these people are thick.

  • Paula

    If he is mad about this, he is going to go ape-shit over my new nativity set.
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/fa2ee7e630e0761d808ab5d56a5b332f67012e5fa8283b2eb9f612fc74d00f8a.jpg

    • Halou

      That’s actually pretty good. Well done.

  • DaveMiller135

    “confessed that he had once led a ‘sexually sinful life of live-in relationships with homosexual men.'”

    As so often with the ex-gays, one feels such a slacker. I guess you have to say they really gave it a shot.

  • JCF

    “Give me the ‘Crazy Ass Bigot’: you know—like David Duke has!”

  • Mr. Belvedere

    Live-in relationships are sinful?
    Pffft….That wig is sinful.