There is no genetic test or procedure (experimental or otherwise) that can
determine one's sexual orientation. When people claim to be gay and we believe
them, what we're really doing is taking them at their word. We believe their
claim, we believe their testimony and we believe their declaration that they
But there are some people who are suddenly skeptical when one claims to be
ex-gay. They don't believe the ex-gay claim, they don't believe the ex-gay
testimony nor their declaration that they are ex-gay.
When somebody uses a certain standard to measure the credibility of what one
group says, but then refuses to use the same standard to measure the
credibility of what another group says--thereby ignoring the claims of the
second group (ex-gays)--he should ask himself why he believes one group and
not the other... This is a double standard.
Thanks for your comments. An additional point could be made that seems to support Dr. Cameron's listed motivations or causes for homosexuality is this: the extensive homosexual indoctrination that kids are exposed to via GLSEN in schools, sex-ed, homosexual teachers and counselors, Girl Scouts (sometimes, obviously not all GS leaders are homosexual, but the organization does promote sexual activity and experimentation), entertainment and so on. Kids are literally encouraged and urged to "try it - you might like it!" and, of course, since they are also told that homosexuals are born that way and can't change, their rebellion or acting out now condemn them as a lifelong member of the "gay" club.
How many homosexuals "tried" it, and now feel imprisoned by the "gay" life?