Linda Harvey of Mission America explained Monday that gays and lesbians are attracted to people of the same-sex because they are empty inside and seek to “absorb” the personalities of others.
“Those who have left homosexuality,” Harvey said, talk about how “they’ve once felt empty” and as a result want “to absorb the personality and identity of another person, even someone of the same sex because the vacant feeling inside is so great.”
“When others seem to have meaning and purpose, the feelings of self-pity can be overwhelming,” she continued.
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On Saturday, Harvey spoke to Ex-Gay Pride Month and Ex-Gay Awareness Month organizer Christopher Doyle who argued that the “people who experience same-sex attractions often experience change in much greater change towards heterosexuality than the other way around.”