The wisdom of former homosexual Michael Glatze on OutQ
Michelangelo Signorile recently invited former gay activist-turned-ex-gay-fundie Michael Glatze on his Sirius OutQ radio program. Glatze’s claim to fame is that WingNutDaily and the fundie press picked up on this nonsense.
Every time I was tempted to lust, I noticed it, caught it, dealt with it. I called it what it was, and then just let it disappear on its own. A huge and vital difference exists between superficial admiration — of yourself, or others — and integral admiration. In loving ourselves fully, we no longer need anything from the “outside” world of lustful desire, recognition from others, or physical satisfaction. Our drives become intrinsic to our very essence, unbridled by neurotic distractions.
…As a leader in the “gay rights” movement, I was given the opportunity to address the public many times. If I could take back some of the things I said, I would. Now I know that homosexuality is lust and pornography wrapped into one. I’ll never let anybody try to convince me otherwise, no matter how slick their tongues or how sad their story. I have seen it. I know the truth.
“If homosexual acts were punishable by law? I may have developed as a heterosexual guy.”
“Everybody who out there could actually be heterosexual. Every single gay person should, and the reason that they are not because they’ve been fed this notion of the gay agenda…”
Glatze also says that he doesn’t expect to see any Jews in heaven. Surf over to Mike’s pad for a third clip of insanity.