The Corrosion of Normal Moral Thinking, Pt. III
Kirk Murphy’s mother became worried about her son’s behavior:
I was becoming a little concerned about playing with the girls’ toys and stroking the hair – ya know, the long hair and stuff. I was seeing effeminate mannerisms. That bothered me because I wanted Kirk to grow up and have a normal life.
In order to give her child the most normal life possible she subjected Kirk to experimental behavioral control therpy, emotionally neglected him, and allowed her husband to beat him as part of a reward/punishment plan. His brother says he became empty, couldn’t relate to people, and was never a happy child again after the age of 4. Kirk killed himself at 38.
Watch the beginning of Anderson Cooper’s 3-part series on George Rekers’ homosexual cure therapy.