Tuesday, February 27, 2018 by Ethan Huff
A movie theater chain in Great Britain has caved to politically-correct pressure from the LGBT global militia, which aggressively objected to the screening of a Christian film documenting the stories of people who have chosen to leave the homosexual lifestyle.
As per BBC News, a Vue theater in Piccadilly, London, reportedly canceled all scheduled viewings of the film, entitled “Voices of the Silenced,” after the gay mafia responded to news that the Christian ministry “Core Issues Trust” had been granted access to screen the flick.
The documentary apparently highlights the stories of 15 people “emerging out of homosexual lifestyles,” who tell about how they discovered a new life outside of the LGBT mindset. The stated purpose of the film is to “preserve and promote teachings on sexual ethics,” which immediately caught the attention of the LGBT crowd.
Core Issues Trust had booked the movie theater space back in November as part of a “personal booking,” and delivered the film to the Vue theater on January 22. But after reviewing a press release that was sent to the company, Vue reportedly made the decision to “review the intentions of the event,” only to quickly cancel it not too long afterward.
“While it is not our intention to censor content, in some instances, where we feel an activity is in direct contradiction to Vue’s values, a decision will be made to refrain from allowing a private event to go ahead,” a spokeswoman for the theater told BBC News.
Homosexual activists had tried to claim that the film was promoting things like a “gay cure” and other reparative and conversion therapies that some believe are abusive and psychologically damaging. But the film’s creators say none of this is true.
In responding to Vue’s statement about the cancellation, Mike Davidson, the leader of Core Issues Trust, told BBC News that the film has nothing to do with finding a so-called “gay cure,” but is rather about promoting “the rights of individuals to access help and support for unwanted homosexual feelings.”
But the LGBT crowd has denied this, insisting that “Voices of the Silenced” is an “unethical” film that promotes the idea that gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people are somehow sick and in need of healing.
“LGBT people aren’t ill,” stated a spokesperson for the pro-LGBT campaign group Stonewall. “Being gay, lesbian, bi or trans is not something that should be ‘cured’ or changed.”
This same spokesperson expressed disappointment that Vue Piccadilly would even consider screening the documentary at all, claiming that the idea of a “gay cure” is an “unethical and degrading practice (that) has been condemned by all major U.K. health organizations.”
It was Pink News, however, that led the charge to censor the film from being screened. One of its former journalists reportedly received an invitation to the event, which prompted a firestorm of “pull that film!” from LGBT mafia activists who made sure that nobody would be able to see the film at Vue Piccadilly.
Pink News even went so far as to say that Vue theaters had a “duty to ensure that material such as this is not shown on its screens,” and that any LGBT staff members at the theater could “unwittingly be disturbed by the content.”
However, what the film actually depicts, contrary to the LGBT hysterics, in this case, doesn’t have anything to do with gay conversions or cures. It explains LGBT issues through the lens of history, revealing how the self-made choice to resist homosexual feelings and follow biblical truth set them free.
“‘Voices of the Silenced’ reminds us that the Christian Gospel, whether or not equated to personal faith, has influenced western civilisation so profoundly that even secularists today build on its legacy and, without self-examination, fail to acknowledge the pivotal and enduring influence of Christian teaching,” the Core Issues Trust website explains.
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