Any GOOD homosexual conversion/intervention camps in East to Middle America?
Our thirteen year old son, Max, "came out" (as he says) as a homosexual about a month ago. Immediately we took his phone and other devices and we found homosexual pornography. We obviously spanked him that at that point and since then he has not recieved his devices back. We made him go to church and meet with pastor every weekend to discuss his problem but nothing seemed to work. About a week ago we got a phone call from his school that he and other boy where kissing each other in the bathroom. Another boy reported them to the headmaster who then called us and Max is now suspended until the last 9 weeks of school in spring. We discussed with the other parents who also attend our church and they were in absolute dismay because they didn't even know there son was a homosexual. We made the decision to have the other boy, jackson, and max as well as us and Jackson's parents and the pastor to tell them tehy needed to stop and they have no right to do this to themselves. Long story short, they were both incredibly disrespectful and it's all because of this stupid phase they are going through. After the meeting our pastor decided that we should send both of them to an intevention camp together so they would have to resist or face consequences. However the problem is we cannot find one that is on the east coast atleast not online. Our pastor recommended one in Arizona but we don't want to send them that far. Any suggestions or advice on how to find the right place?
- FoofaLv 72 months ago
Nope. There's no such thing as a "GOOD" "pray the gay away" camp. This is considered prosecutable child abuse in the state where I live. One hopes you're a troll because if this is really happening your kid doesn't stand a chance in life.
- PearlLv 72 months ago
i would ask the pastor to help you find one
- historyLv 72 months ago
In the school I went to, a couple of 13 year olds making out in the bathroom would have gotten them suspension regards of their sex or inclinations. It's not appropriate behavior for 6-7th graders. Maybe you can handle it as an "appropriate behavior" situation instead of a full on assault on your child.
- LitaLv 62 months ago
Suggestions? Sure, stop trolling.
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- Emily JLv 72 months ago
Maybe you should except him for who he is. God does. Those camps DO NOT WORK, accept you son for who he is and love him the way Jesus does instead of trying to force him to be someone he is not.