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Response to call for input to a thematic report: gender, sexual orientation and gender identity From The International Federation for Therapeutic and Counselling Choice (IFTCC) 11th March 2021...
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Following the refusal of Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT) and Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) to provide services to Core Issues Trust which sought a private, invitation-only premier screening of “Voices of the Silenced: Experts, Evidences and Ideology” earlier this month, a group will display a protest banner at 13h00 outside the university premises, on Tuesday 13th of March.
Some views generally held to be abhorrent and patently false, such as holocaust denial, are illegal in some countries but not in others, because in the liberal West we have usually taken the view that an opinion should not be censored, no matter how wrong or stupid, but rather should be open to debate and held up for scrutiny rather than being given the opportunity to breed in dark corners.
We are pleased to anticipate the Belfast Premier of the feature documentary film, Voices of the Silenced. In addition, we offer a screening in Ballynahinch on Tuesday 13th March, 2018 at 7.30. pm.
Following an enquiry from Core Issues Trust (CIT) on 15 February 2018 to host its Belfast Premiere of “Voices of the Silenced”, Queen’s Film Theatre (QFT) has declined the request without reason. The Trust intended the occasion to be a private, invitation-only event. Core Issues Trust is a registered Christian charity in Northern Ireland.
In the light of Vue Cinemas cancelling the premiere of Voices of the Silenced, Dr Carys Moseley looks at the fervent opposition to the ex-gay movement and shows the need for the freedom to seek help for unwanted same-sex attraction.
PRESS STATEMENT: A feature documentary “Voices of the Silenced” will be released at a premiere event in Piccadilly Circus, London on Thursday 8th February, 2018. Ticket holders please note: The screening will proceed despite media reports to the contrary.
One of our new movies, now available on CD, was premiered In the USA at the Alliance/NARTH Conference on the 20th of October 2017. It is now available in Europe. Apart from the main feature documentary, additional materials of recent interviews with Dr Nicolosi, including one with research colleague Dr Carolyn Pela, are also provided.
The United Kingdom’s state apparatus has fully embraced the normalisation of homosexual practices and uses all means at its disposal to promote gender-mainstreaming to overturn any vestige of Judeo-Christian foundation in its political footprint.
Following the Australian SBS Dateline Programme released (12th September 2017) Mike Davidson reflects on view-point discrimination and the UKCP/BPA action against his ideas and thoughts on professional support for those leaving homosexual practices.
Peter May reviews a hurried and unsatisfactory debate at the Church of England Synod.
We are proud to announce the launch of VOS TV, an online TV platform with open access, dedicated to promoting understanding around unwanted same-sex issues. www.voicesofthesilenced.tv
Voice for Justice UK raises a Citizen Go petition: “Piers Morgan must not be allowed to abuse and bully those with whom he disagrees. Uphold freedom of choice
and speech for all” Please sign.