I have to admit that I’ve never heard of Jackie Hill-Perry before, but I’m way out of her demographic fan base. I found a story in the Washington Times mentioning her as a “Christian rapper” and an ex-lesbian who has since rejected her lesbian lifestyle and married a man. It also mentions that she was sexually abused as a young girl and thereafter became confused about her own sexuality. This statement ties in to what was a growing body of evidence, developed prior to 1970, that emotional trauma is a contributing cause to some people taking up homosexual activity. Of course, you will never see any studies done again in that area by psychiatric professionals because in today’s climate of pro-“gay” intimidation they would lose their research grants and be brought up on ethics charges.
“Hill-Perry’s experience runs counter to pronouncements by gay rights groups that exclaim sexuality as an inherent, immutable characteristic. What’s more, her assertions come amid wide-ranging reports about the psychological dangers of so-called “reparative therapy,” which aims to change the orientation of homosexuals.”
Naturally the denunciations were not long in coming.
The complete article can be found in this link at the Washington Times: