The bizarre Prince Poppycock advanced last night on America's Got Talent in an over the top patriotic display that included the photos of Harvey Milk and Poppycock's face on three dollar bills.
(Via - Towleroad)
All registered charities operating in Canada must provide what the Canada Revenue Agency calls a “public benefit.” This is a long legal definition that I can’t claim to fully understand, but, of particular note, a charitity’s activities must be “regarded as valuable by the common understanding of enlightened opinion,” and such value “must be weighed against any harm that may arise from the proposed activity and a net benefit must result.” Since homosexuality is not a recognised disorder by any respected medical organisation, it’s questionable as to what benefit could come out of trying to treat it as one. Moreoever, the consensus in the medical community is that all attempts to treat homosexuality as a disorder may cause serious psychological harm. With no clear benefit, and demonstrable harm from Exodus’ actions, I think there’s a strong case to argue that Exodus’ activities do not meet Canada’s criteria for charitable status.If you are a Canadian citizen, please consider visiting the site's action page, which includes email addresses and phone numbers for the compliance department of Canada's Revenue Agency. This movement is in its early stages and the site's authors are seeking legal and medical experts willing to testify that the "ex-gay" movement is doing real demonstrable harm to the citizens of Canada.