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Ex-Gay Leader: Gay Sex Is 'Suicidal Sex,' And It's Taught to Your Kids in School

By Michael W. Chapman | November 2, 2016 | 2:28pm EDT

Gregory Quinlan, an ex-gay, and the

founder and president of the Center

for Garden State Families. 

Speaking about how LGBT activists use sex education and so-called health talks about HIV/AIDS to sexualize children in America's schools, former homosexual Greg Quinlan, the director of the Center for Garden State Families, said gay activists used the AIDS epidemic to push their "safe sex" agenda, which is not safe at all but "suicidal sex."

Quinlan added that this homosexual behavior is so unhealthy that gays are now taking various AIDS "cocktails," such as STRIBILD and PrEP, so they can continue engaging in high-risk sexual activities hoping that the "cocktails" will prevent them from getting HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.  It is "stupid," he said, because HIV is a "mutating virus."

Quinlan, who was a gay activist in the 1980s and early 1990s, made his remarks at the Stand 4 Truth conference in Houston, Texas on Oct. 29. Talking about the LGBT agenda in the schools, Quinlan said, "HIV/AIDS, what does that have to do with education? It has to do with everything. You know, what is it Saul Alinsky, ‘never let a crisis go to waste?’ Well, they didn’t."

"When the AIDS epidemic hit back in the early 80s, early to mid-80s, they took this and used it to their advantage," said Quinlan. "HIV/AIDS was a gold mine for the homosexual agenda, and I’m going to explain to you why."

"In the early 1980s when HIV came to America, homosexual activists used the crisis of HIV/AIDS to their advantage," said Quinlan. "Safe sex. Remember how they came up with the idea of safe sex? Wearing condoms, the condom distribution that they went through, too. So safe sex then became safer sex. There’s no such thing as either. It’s suicidal sex."

He continued, "Gay men now have this thing, the STRIBILD, which is the AIDS cocktail, which has four medications in it. They’ve now come up with something called PrEP or TRUVADA, which is two of the AIDS cocktail. It’s supposed to be a prophylaxis, a preventative from getting AIDS."

"So, in other words, you can still have unprotected sex as long as you’re on PrEP," said Quinlan.  "Stupid. Stupid. It’s a mutating virus. You don’t think it won’t build a resistance to this? By the way, and thank you President Obama, now that we have relationships with Cuba, there is a strain of AIDS that is coming out of the islands, particularly Cuba that is resistant to all of the HIV medications. All of them."

Returning to the issue of LGBT sex education in the schools, Quinlan said, "So, for the first time in America the general public found out what a dental dam was -- none of us knew what it was until AIDS came along. How to protect yourself with oral sex."

(AP) 

"This is going to be graphic," he said. "I want to warn you ahead of time, I’m not here to be X-rated but I’m here to tell you the truth. We can’t hide anymore."

"Then we have sex without intercourse, where we were teaching kids in school through the sex education curriculum how to masturbate," he said.  "That’s exactly what we were doing -- how to have sex, how to rub up against each other, how to help each other, mutual masturbation. This was what we were telling our kids to do so that they wouldn’t get infected with AIDS."

"Do you see how this just was the boondoggle, the gold mine for the LGBT to recruit kids because sex is extremely addictive,?" said Quinlan. "I’ll talk about that in a minute, too."

"Sex education with instruction and operational in anal, oral, and vaginal sex, and that started in the 80s and went through really big in the 90s and it’s still going strong today," he said. "And what they would do is, they would bring in gay activists to teach them about dental dams and how to apply a condom."

The mission of the Center for Garden State Families "is to protect and promote faith, freedom and the natural family, in culture and public policy, as held by the traditional Christian worldview," it states on its website. 

(AP photo.) 

Gregory Quinlan, according to the website, "left the homosexual lifestyle in 1992. Greg was a gay activist for 10 years lobbying in Washington DC & Ohio for the homosexual agenda. As an LPN and then Registered Nurse he watched over 100 of his friends and acquaintances die of AIDS. He has shared his testimony on the 700 Club, TBN, countless radio programs and has been quoted in USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, WorldNet Daily, among others. 

"Quinlan was the lead lobbyist on the Jessica Lunsford Act and was instrumental in getting NJ to be the 45th state to pass this law to lock up serial pedophiles for 15 years to life and lifetime parole should they be released…. Quinlan has over 35 years of lobbying and government affairs experience and has been an advocate for the natural family since 1992."

 

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