Truth Wins Out is not fooled by radical “ex-gay” activists Christopher Doyle and Richard Cohen (pictured), and their transparently phony attempt to promote tolerance for LGBT people. In Nov. 2012, these charlatans re-branded themselves as beacons of love and acceptance. They even changed the name of their cheesy website to Coming Out Loved. As part of their cheap public relations stunt, they created two videos (see below) that grossly mischaracterize their efforts as LGBT friendly.

The problem with most “ex-gay” activists is they aren’t very bright.  If you are trying to hoodwink the public, you can’t let them in on your devious strategy. But, that is exactly what Voice of the Voiceless writer, Nathan Ruark, did today on a VoV blog post. (For the unacquainted, VoV is front group founded by Chris Doyle and Richard Cohen).

Let’s read the following passage, which reveals that attempts to appear mainstream and tolerant are no more than an underhanded ploy designed to trick Americans:

“When it comes to the issue of homosexuality, ex-gays and conservatives are operating significantly behind the power curve. Liberals and gay activists have spent the last several decades slowly but surely steam-rolling through our government and professional organizations.  If we are to change the way our society is going, we need to adapt to our current social environment and use the legalization of tolerance and non-discrimination to our advantage. For example, we need to adjust our approach from negatively talking about homosexuality, to talking positively about the benefits of abstaining from homosexual activity and supporting those who choose to undertake psychological treatment for homosexual feelings and desires.”

So, there you have it folks. Doyle and company are completely full of shit. All this talk about tolerance and mutual respect is a ruse designed to gain tactical advantage. These diabolical conspirators mean not a word of what they say, and simply want to exploit current discrimination laws to push their “ex-gay” agenda.