Stroking Horses And Being Less Gay

Cowboy Church Of Virginia: Stroking Horses Cures Gay Teens

It turns out there is a cure for being gay after all, and it’s as simple as stroking a horse. That “cure” for homosexuality was revealed this week by the pastor at the Cowboy Church of Virginia.

Pastor Raymond Bell recently revealed that homosexuality and other “addictions” can be cured with simple Equine Assisted Psychotherapy.

Equine therapy is not a new practice and is used by some experts to help with communication skills, mental health issues, and even to overcome fears.

According to Bell, his approach to equine therapy is meant to make men “more masculine” and to “stop being gay.”

Pastor Bell tells the Gay Star News:

“EAP can help any person who is living the homosexual lifestyle or involved in it in anyway.

“The first common misconception is that homosexuality is genetic, or hereditary, or as some say ‘born this way.’

“Homosexuality is actually a type of addiction. It is not ‘curable’ as a disease because it is a ‘choice driven’ by the person.”

In yet another example of stereotyping the gay community, Pastor Bell says gays only turn to a gay lifestyle because of “rape, abandonment, lacking a male role model, abuse, and having low self-esteem.”

Pastor Bell adds:

“Homosexuality is a secondary effect from a single, or multiple, primary events in a person’s life.”

California in September banned “gay cure” sessions with professionals, a practice the World Health Organization called “dangerous and abusive.”

Gay cure practices were deemed “inappropriate” by the American Psychological Association in 1975 after it was not deemed an illness.