Friday, May 7, 2010

Gay Escort Talks: Anti-Gay NARTH board member is gay

Male prostitute speaks out on NARTH board member client 
​The gay male escort hired to accompany Family Research Council co-founder and NARTH board member George Alan Rekers has told Miami New Times  that  Rekers  is a homosexual who paid him to provide  sexual services during their ten-day vacation in Europe.
See details at Miami New Times 
The 20-year-old escort who goes by his working name of Lucien, contradicts Rekers's contentions that he hired the escort to help carry his luggage and that he was trying to save the soul of a lost sinner.
Although Rekers does have medical problems which makes it difficult for him to carry luggage, this is not the only service  the escort was providing. 

"It's a situation where he's going against homosexuality when he is a homosexual," Lucien says. (When New Times called seeking comment, Rekers had turned his phone off. An email was not returned. He has termed the New Times article "slanderous" on his website.)
Miami New Times conducted the interview with Lucien late last night in his Fort Lauderdale townhome.    Since the story broke,  the youth has been flooded with uninvited guests.  
His trip with Reker's has gained global media attention and has been the subject of spoofs by Jay Leno and Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert.  
Lucien had originally declined to comment on the breaking news story until a close friend   alerted him to the depth and scope  of his client's anti-gay activities.   He now believes he is doing no good by aiding and abetting his client's hypocrisy.

Rekers, a board member at the National Association for Research & Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) and cofounder of the Family Research Council,  has attempted to claim that he took the gay escort on his trip in order to conduct "ex-gay" therapy, and turn him from the error of his lifestyle.  
Says Lucien: "In all honesty, he should disassociate himself from these [anti-gay] groups."
New Times will update the public with stories detailing the trip, the document Rekers asked Lucien to prepare in the hopes of preventing any future disclosures, and an indepth character study of the young gay male who has told his story during what must in retrospect be a painful encounter with the hypocrisy of the anti-gay movement.  

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