Texas Christian Group Has An App In Google That Encourages LGBTQ People To ‘Pray The Gay Away’

Google Under Fire For Allowing Conversion Therapy App From Texas Christian Group That Encourages LGBTQ People To ‘Pray The Gay Away’
Google has come under fire for featuring an app that encourages LGBTQ gay and transgender people to seek controversial conversion therapy in its online store.
One of the most dangerous aspects of the LGBTQ Movement is that people are being told that things like being transgender are normal and natural, when in fact they are not. Highly respected doctors and mental health workers rightly refer to transgenderism as a ‘mental illness’, because that’s exactly what it is.
“For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: And likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet.” Romans 1:26,27 (KJV)
Now a Christian group in Texas, Living Hope Ministries, is being attacked by the LGBTQ Mafia for creating an app that tells people in the LGBTQ that they are ‘sexually broken’ and need healing that only God can provide. That also is 100% truth. Google is taking heat for allowing the app to stay up in it’s Google Play store where it has been downloaded over 1,000 times already.
Google under fire for ‘pray away the gay’ app in the Play Store
FROM THE UK TELEGRAPH: The app, created by US Christian group Living Hope Ministries, advises young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teenagers, and adults to become heterosexual through prayer and therapy. The app also offers Bible study-style guidance.
The Texas-based Christian group is accused of referring to transgender and gay people as “sexually broken” individuals who can “walk out of false identities”, and claiming that the gay lifestyle is harmful.
Campaigners have claimed that the app falsely portrays being gay as an “addiction”, “sickness” and “sin”.
Activist group Truth Wins Out started a petition online earlier this month demanding that Google remove the app from its online store. The petition has so far collected over 36,000 signatures.
The activist group said: “By any standard, the app is awful. It brazenly compares homosexuality to an addiction. It casually trashes LGBT people as living ‘destructive lifestyles’.”
Google has been accused of “foot-dragging” after it failed to follow the lead from Amazon, Microsoft, and Apple, which removed this app from their online stores last month after being approached about it.
Wayne Besen, executive director of Truth Wins Out, said that it is “unconscionable” that Google is still offering an online platform to this app.
He said: “We are hoping this is simply an oversight from a very large company, rather than an objectionable policy decision that would warrant further action.”
Google’s figures show that the app has been downloaded over 1,000 times since its launch in 2014.
Phil Samba, a London-based social activist, told the Telegraph: “We don’t know who is reading it, who is affected by it and what damage it is doing.
“I think it’s a terrible thing. I think it’s terrible because there are a lot of people out there that don’t understand their sexuality. When you’re young and in the LGBTQ community you are brought up told that being gay is wrong or a choice. For those vulnerable people who are suicidal, it can be really dangerous.”
Last year Facebook was criticized for allowing advertisers to target young LGBT people with “predatory” gay cure adverts on its site through micro-targeting.
The UK Government announced a consultation on how to ban the practice of conversion therapy last year after a survey found that thousands of people were offered the so-called treatment.


Conversion Therapy App Pray The Gay Away
Conversion Therapy App From Texas Christian Group That Encourages LGBTQ People To ‘Pray The Gay Away’

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