Alma Kramer

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A life choice leading into bondage
“I made a choice in my life that put me in bondage for 20 years. While it is true that there were certain things in my childhood that happened or didn’t happen that influenced my choice, I still made a choice.”
— Alma Kramer[1]

Alma Kramer is an author and ex-lesbian who was in bondage to homosexuality for 20 years until she was set free in 1985. She has been ministering to those in this bondage since 1991 while claiming to understand the heartache, yet freedom there is in changing. Now she takes the position that homosexuality is a sin and sin is a choice.[1][2] Her empirical experience is falsifying the ungrounded assertions of LGBTI propagandists and manipulators who in their LGBTI Mein Kampf After the Ball realized, from their twisted perspective, that "To suggest in public that homosexuality might be chosen is to open the can of worms labeled 'moral choice and sin' and give the religious intransigents a stick to beat us with" hence argued that "For all practical purposes, gays should be considered to have been born gay – even though sexual orientation, for most humans, seems to be the product of a complex interaction between innate predispositions and environmental factors during childhood and early adolescence."[3]


  • Born Gay? Which Way?: The Truth Revealed: This book offers help, hope and encouragement for victims of LGBT ideomotor effect who mislead believe that they were 'born gay' and who are tired of being in bondage of this lifestyle and want to change.[2]

See also


  1. 1.0 1.1 Author and ex-lesbian Alma Kramer takes the position that homosexuality is a sin and sin is a choice. Gay - The Terrible Truth (6 Feb 2011). Retrieved on 18 Dec 2016.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Alma Kramer (1997). Born Gay? Which Way?: The Truth Revealed. Aardvark Global Publishing. ISBN 978-19335-70587. 
  3. R. Albert Mohler, Jr. (2015). We Cannot Be Silent: Speaking Truth to a Culture Redefining Sex, Marriage, and the Very Meaning of Right and Wrong. Harper Collins, 38. ISBN 978-07180-32487.