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Walmart stores in the Intermountain West region have begun carrying a new children's book titled Chased by an Elephant: The Gospel Truth About Today’s Stampeding Sexuality.

Chased by an Elephant
is written by Janice Barrett Graham, wife of Stephen Graham, who is the president of a virulently anti-gay group called Standard of Liberty.

Graham's book intends to “help shed the clear light of truth on today’s dark and tangled ideas about male and female, proper gender roles, the law of chastity, and the God-given sexual appetite,” according to the book’s introduction.

“The number of our young people involved in sexual sins has greatly increased in recent years. Some of the most stalwart-seeming youth find themselves involved in pornography, fornication, promiscuity, homosexuality, and the like,” it contends.

The Grahams insist that their son, Andrew, successfully left his homosexuality behind and is now a happily married man.

He laid out his journey in a book called Captain of My Soul, in which he claims to have been "...lured into same gender Internet pornography during his high school years, and recruited into cursory homosexual experimentation with older men while at Brigham Young University."

Graham also helpfully lays out the ins-and-outs of the "Deceitful and predatory nature of the ‘gay’ lifestyle," before the narrative "Ends happily with his subsequent deliverance and healing through family support, expert professional counseling, truth, and repentance through the Atonement of Jesus Christ."

The book includes a lengthy introduction by an “expert on overcoming homosexuality," Dr Jeff Robinson.

In a post on the Standard of Liberty website titled: "Beware the Gay Suicide Card," Janice Graham illustrates just how "godly" she is by blaming recent suicides of homosexuals on victims no longer able to defend themselves:
Could it be that there are hidden factors at work that contribute to gay youth suicides? How about encouragement to adopt a popularized but unnatural sexual label? How about addiction to soul-killing same-sex pornography? How about being introduced by adults to behaviors too heinous to mention in polite society? How about being told they are forever homosexual and thinking they will never have a normal family life? How about hearing over and over that gays commit suicide if they aren’t accepted by their family or church? How about confusion, self-loathing, depression, and guilt coming from a young person’s own dark thoughts and behaviors with no hope or resources for deliverance in sight?
Well, thank heaven for outfits like Exodus International! Now those confused, self-loathing gays with "no hope or resources for deliverance in sight" can "go straight!"

You, too, can leave the sinful, pitch-dark world of gayness behind and rejoice in the light of sex the way god meant it to be!

Just ask therapist Richard Cohen, who has successfully converted not only himself from gay-to-straight, but "hundreds" of others. Take a look:

See? You don't have to live a lie! Richard Cohen isn't -- he's been
un-gay for 20 years! And he's been married to a woman for 24!

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