July 05, 2007

Former GLBT "National Role Model" Changes His Tune

From the AFA's "news" arm, One News Now:

For years, Michael Glatze was a prominent spokesman in the homosexual rights movement. In fact, at age 22, he became editor of Young Gay America magazine. He also has received a number of awards, including the "National Role Model Award" from the Equality Forum, an organization that promotes "gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender civil rights."

But in an article published today by WorldNetDaily, Glatze says he began to question his purpose and role in life two years ago -- and that led him to God's truth about homosexuality, sin, and forgiveness. "Now I know that homosexuality is lust and pornography wrapped into one," he writes. "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."

To say that homosexuality is "lust and pornography wrapped into one" is purely imbecilic. That totally dismisses the thousands upon thousands of long-term loving relationships same-sex partners have enjoyed. How about that couple from New York I recently posted about that had been together 62 years? That a lot of lust and porn, and the idea of that is a large steaming pile of stupid.

I hope Glatze, who has fallen under the mentorship of notorious ex-gay Stephen Bennett, keeps to that extreme view because that will make it very easy to negate his message of hate and self-loathing to any rational person.

I also hope you will join me in praying for him, that he can find peace and ask the Lord to help him understand and accept himself for whatever he may truly be. I also pray that Bennett doesn't succeed in using Glatze to lead more confused, struggling GLBT people into the dark, deep hole of denial, one that is extremely difficult to climb out of.


  1. Has Glatz fallen under the "mentorship" of Bennet or the "spell" of Bennet?

  2. I've had people say that my 13 yr relationship with my partner is only out of pure lust and desires of the flesh. They think we're "perverts". On my blog, they have chastised my partner and me for being homosexuals. It's sad that people can't live, mind their business and just be happy with their own lives. They're so focused on us.

    It must be difficult to live their lives, as they seem so determined to ruin ours. Ironic, right?