The crackpots at Voice Of The Voiceless went “undercover” at seven Virginia universities to see if they would be offered information abut “ex-gay” treatments if they asked for it. Of course, they were told to get lost, so now they are very upset. PFOX is joining in today via press release:
In response to an undercover investigation, Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays is urging the governor and legislature of Virginia to stop funding gay-transvestite centers at Virginia’s public universities because they use the money to indoctrinate youth into changing their religion to gay-affirming faiths and actively seek to discredit the ex-gay community. “Virginia taxpayers shouldn’t be forced to fund hatred and discrimination against ex-gays and people of faith,” said Regina Griggs, executive director of PFOX. “These biased and discriminatory lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender/questioning centers hide ex-gay resources and insist that students adopt a ‘gay-only’ mentality that rejects those who have changed their orientation from gay to straight while celebrating those who have changed their gender identity. PFOX provides ex-gay brochures to many Virginia state universities with LGBTQ centers, yet the investigation shows that the centers refuse to make ex-gay resources readily available to students. PFOX’s brochures urge tolerance for the ex-gay community, help students to prevent bullying at their schools, and explain gender identity confusion and unwanted same-sex attractions.”
Those “gay-transvestite centers” are just regular offices that provide LGBT student services, obviously. But “transvestite” probably sounds worse than “transgender” in their delirious minds.