Utah Radio Station Co-Hosts Hate Group Conference On "Understanding Homosexuality"
On October 26, Utah radio station KTKK, or K-Talk, is co-hosting the inaugural "Understanding Homosexuality - The Politically Incorrect Truth" conference in Salt Lake City, Utah. The conference features anti-LGBT extremists including anti-gay hate group leaders, proponents of discredited "ex-gay" reparative therapy, and peddlers of junk science.
Utah Radio Station K-Talk Is Co-Sponsoring The "Understanding Homosexuality" Conference
K-Talk Is Sponsoring The Inaugural "Understanding Homosexuality" Conference. K-Talk, or KTKK AM 630 and its "Liberty Lineup Radio Show" are sponsoring the "Stand4Truth Understanding Homosexuality - The Politically Incorrect Truth" conference:
Homosexuality in all its aspects is the topic of the inaugural Stand4Truth Conference sponsored by KTALK Radio and the Liberty Lineup Radio Show along with the American Family Association, Family Research Council, and Eos Mobile.
Politically correct public policies and court decisions in combination with the pro-gay mainstream media and educational systems are forming public opinion without conveying the facts. Propaganda is silencing and distorting the truth—the truth about psychology and medical science, the truth about religious tenets and their scriptural foundations, the truth about Constitutional law, and the truth about real people of all ages whose lives have been physically, emotionally, and spiritually damaged. The impact of the normalization of homosexuality on the workplace, the classroom, the church, and the family reaches into every facet of modern life and portends ominous implications for the future of society. Truth can prevail only through education, knowledge, and action. [Libertylineup.com, accessed 10/26/15]
Other Co-Sponsors Have Been Designated Anti-LGBT Hate Groups. Other co-sponsors listed on the conference website include the American Family Association (AFA), Family Research Council (FRC), and MassResistance, all of which have been designated as anti-gay "hate groups" by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for peddling "known falsehoods" about the LGBT community. [Libertylineup.com, accessed 10/26/15; Southern Poverty Law Center, accessed 10/26/15; Southern Poverty Law Center, accessed 9/10/15]
Conference Speakers Include Anti-LGBT Hate Group Leaders, Junk Scientists, And Anti-Gay Extremists
"Stand4Truth" Conference Will Focus On Extremist Anti-LGBT Myths And Junk Science. Panels at theconference focus on discredited and harmful ex-gay "reparative therapy," the "detrimental effects of homosexual and transgender lifestyles," and supposed "[e]ntities recruiting children and youth into homosexualism." The conference will conclude with a "call to action" that includes Liberty Lineup Radio Show hosts "Educating the Public by Developing a Powerful Multimedia Strategy and Message." [Libertylineup.com, accessed 10/26/15]
Representatives From Five Different Anti-LGBT Hate Groups Will Speak Throughout The Conference. Peter Sprigg of FRC, Sandy Rios of AFA, Mat Staver of Liberty Counsel, Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, and Brian Camenker of MassResistance are all scheduled to speak at the Stand4Truth Conference. All five groups have been designated anti-LGBT hate groups by SPLC. [Libertylineup.com, accessed 10/26/15; Southern Poverty Law Center, accessed 10/26/15]
The Conference Also Includes Discredited Anti-Transgender Commentators. The conference also features commentary from professor of psychiatry Dr. Paul McHugh and activist Walt Heyer, who both have a history of pushing widely discredited, pseudo-scientific misinformation about transgender people. [Libertylineup.com, accessed 10/26/15; Equality Matters, 10/19/11; Media Matters, 6/2/15]
Notorious Anti-LGBT Activists Are Also Scheduled To Speak. Anti-LGBT activists Michael Brown, a radio host who defended Uganda's extreme anti-gay law as a way to combat AIDS, and Dave Welch of Houston Area Pastor Council, who equates incest and pedophilia with consensual same-sex adult relationships, are also scheduled to speak at the conference. [Media Matters, 2/26/15; GLAAD, accessed 10/26/15]