Green to open “sexual healing” school

H from stepsPerhaps realising that as a Defender of the Precious Name of Our Almighty Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ he has been worse than useless, Stephen Green has intimated that he is thinking about getting into the sexual therapy business.

Christian sexual therapy, that is – where they attempt to “cure” gay people.

The revelation came during an interview with H from Steps (aka Ian Watkins) for BBC Wales. H was filming an investigation into gay rights. As part of the programme, he spoke to Green, telling him he was “completely happy” being gay. Green replied,

Jeremy (sic) Dahmer was happy murdering people, does that make it right?

H from Steps wonders aloud if “being completely happy and at one with yourself and being in a happy loving relationship is the same as murdering somebody?” to which Green responds,

Sin is sin … in the eyes of God, sin is sin…

He then went on to reveal that he was “actively thinking of enabling a sexual healing clinic in Wales”.

Keep up the good work, Stephen. We’ll have a secular constitution in no time.


13 Responses to “Green to open “sexual healing” school”

  1. Scaryduck says:

    Sexual Healing? Is Green turning into a Welsh Marvin Gaye?

    Technical note: Viewers with Sky Digital may wish to see our pal Green in action on this programme on BBC One Wales tonight. It is on Sky Channel 972.

  2. Andy Armitage says:

    Ooh, I think I’ll enrol, see if he can cure me of my evil proclivities. It’s only a 20-mile (or so) sheepback ride.

  3. ZombieHunter says:

    I never thought I’d see the day where I’d say this but……… well done H

  4. Stuart W says:

    More words of glorious Green wisdom then.

    – Homosexuality
    – Serial killing, mutilation and cannibalism.

    What is the ethical difference?

  5. Chris Hughes says:

    Since most of us think he’s a bit of an orifice, is there any hope that he might heal up and vanish?

  6. aa says:

    I saw Green speaking at a debate on same-sex adoption. Trying not to seem too biased, I still have to admit that he came across as a complete idiot. His speech was incoherent, he clearly didn’t actually know what he was talking about, and people had to keep interjecting just to ask, “So what’s your point? What are you actually arguing?” To be honest, he doesn’t even deserve any attention. The man is just a fool.

  7. Mr Blackett says:

    Careful now. He might take you to court for blasphemy.

  8. BSE says:

    I thought that the BBLOODYC said “We don’t intend to indulge Christian Voice any further.” Less than a week ago. Didn’t take long for them to give him another platform to spew his filth…

  9. Stuart H. says:

    ‘Actively thinking’?

    How does Green usually think then?

  10. martyn says:

    Green doesn’t think he’s running on auto offended!

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  12. Guglielmo says:

    The more people like this are allowed to expose themselves to the public gaze, the more they demonstrate how twisted their thinking is, and the more they show themselves up as the pillocks they are.

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