Tuesday, January 6, 2015

TLC: My Husband's Not Gay

This Sunday, January 11th, TLC will air the first episode of a new series, "My Husband's Not Gay." In the provocatively titled reality show, the lives of Mormon couples "struggling with issues of same-sex attraction" will be detailed. The men spotlighted are in heterosexual marriages, but the husbands state plainly that they are attracted to men.

The show follows the lives of three married couples: Jeff and Tanya, Pret and Megan, and Curtis and Tera, each with a husband who "admits" to being sexually attracted to men. You might call that "being gay," but they certainly don't. As one wife puts it, "I get a little defensive when somebody calls my husband gay." This, from a woman who readily admits that her husband is attracted to men. This level of cognitive dissonance deserves some kind of ironic award. It simply boggles the mind. Also joining the cast is 35-year-old Tom, the bachelor of the group who enjoys fishing and baseball and served as a missionary in Long Beach, and who (regardless of his strong sexual attraction to men) longs to be married to a woman. We're not talking about bisexual men here, by the way. We're talking about GAY men.

The watchdog organization, Truth Wins Out, recently revealed that all three couples are part of a campaign by the Voices of Hope Project to convince gay men that they can change their sexual orientation, to promote heterosexual relationships and marriage as part of that change, and to further the belief that homosexuality is sinful.

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