Sting Operation Nabs Psychotherapist Who Tried to Cure Disease Instead of Encouraging It

We have sting operations to enforce laws against terrorism, why not have them to enforce the laws imposing the homosexualization of our culture? They’re already underway in formerly Great Britain, the canary in the coalmine of authoritarian moonbat degeneracy:

In yet another instance of the growing conflict between believing Christian professionals and the homosexualist movement in Britain, a Christian psychotherapist who helps individuals overcome homosexual inclinations may be “struck off,” or barred from practicing her profession.

Lesley Pilkington was the object of a sting operation by undercover journalist Patrick Strudwick, who approached her to ask her for help with his sexuality. He had told Pilkington that he wanted to leave the homosexual lifestyle and she informed him that she only worked within a Christian counseling framework.

Strudwick, who went to two counseling sessions with Pilkington and published the transcript of the meetings in The Independent newspaper, was awarded journalist of the year by the homosexualist organization Stonewall for the sting. After the sessions, he lodged a complaint to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy alleging that Pilkington had failed to respect the “fixed nature” of his homosexuality.

Therein lies Pilkington’s thought crime. Under a regime of totalitarian moonbattery, we are not allowed to believe that sexual behavior is a matter of choice. The implications for pedophilia will become clear in the coming years.

Pilkington is scheduled to appear before a professional conduct panel and faces losing her accreditation with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. That’s what she gets for responding to a plea for help with a psychosexual malady.

On a tip from Mats. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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