Pulse nightclub survivors host rally for ex-gays




Published on Sep 16, 2019

ORLANDO, Florida, September 16, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Three years after the Pulse Nightclub massacre where 49 homosexual men died, ex-homosexuals and ex-transgenders came to Orlando from around the country to publicly proclaim the freedom they’ve found through Jesus Christ.  
At the outset of the event — held at Lake Eloa Park which is about a 5-minutes drive from the Pulse Nightclub — shooting survivor Luis Ruiz set the record straight about something secular media and LGBT activists consistently get wrong: Conversion.
“This is not conversion therapy,” proclaimed Ruiz to the cheers of the crowd.  
“This is not electrotherapy.  This is not shock therapy,” he continued. 
“This is all the Holy Spirit,” and about “a man who died on a Cross,” said Ruiz.   
“This is not a gay to straight thing: This is a lost to saved thing,” he added.
“Their definition of conversion therapy is not our definition of conversion,” Ruiz told LifeSiteNews. 
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