A documentary video that sought to influence the Supreme Court justices before they ruled on marriage features an undercover investigation that challenges the belief that “gays” are “born that way” and, therefore, should be granted special rights.
Equipped with a hidden camera, journalist Ryan Sorba went to a “gay” bar where he recorded candid answers to his questions. He found many men who identify as “gay” were molested as a youth.
He contends his findings have implications for the high court as it decides whether or not the traditional definition of marriage discriminates against people who identify as “gay.”
Many of the “gays” he interviewed, he says, not only were molested in their youth but went on to become molesters themselves.
In the opening of his documentary, Sorba says, “I interviewed individuals at an average gay bar on an average night and I discovered that I was literally surrounded by child molesters and victims of molestation.”
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Sorba makes it clear he is not saying that everyone who identifies as “gay” is a child molester, but “many people who do identify as gay were molested, and many of the children and teens will go on to teach others kids their own age or younger what they learned from the molester.”