'Ex-Gay' Activist Calls LGBT Lobby 'A Kid in a Candy Store', 'High on Sugar'

Friday April 22, 2016

In a rambling opinion piece that not only contradicted itself, but the Bible, noted "ex-gay" activist/therapist/mouthpiece Christopher Doyle took aim at the LGBT lobby for fighting for transgender rights most notably in regards to the recent anti-trans legislation passed in North Carolina.

"The LGBT lobby is like a kid in a candy store with unlimited credit," wrote Doyle in an opinion piece published on ChristianPost.com. "The kid is high on sugar and bouncing off the walls while demanding more, all the while disturbing the other customers. The North Carolina Legislature and Governor are the brave candy store owners by saying no, and now the kid is out of control and will stop at nothing to get his way."

From the candy store analogy, Doyle went shopping deeper into his mall of denial.

"We live in the most compassionate, tolerant country in the world," Doyle continued. "We have compassion for minorities and accommodate them because it's the right thing to do. We value human dignity and believe that everyone deserves respect, safety, and a fair chance. But the LGBT lobby is out of control and acting irresponsibly. They are willing to traumatize children in bathroom and locker rooms, while at the same time, promote a lifetime of chemical dependency for gender-confused kids.

This is not love. This is not equality. Love has boundaries. Love has limits."

Perhaps Doyle, who purports to be a Christian, should open his Bible to Corinthians 13:7-10.

"Love knows no limit to its endurance, no end to its trust, no fading of its hope; it can outlast anything. It is, in fact, the one thing that still stands when all else has fallen."

In addition to his intermittent editorial contributions to Christian Post, Doyle is perhaps best known for role in organizing 2013's first "annual" Ex-Gay Pride Rally -- an event that promised tens of thousands, but failed to draw ten participants.

H/T JoeMyGod