Bob Dixon

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Bob Dixon is a state senator in Missouri, and a candidate for governor of Missouri in 2016. He is also an ex-homosexual.

As a young man, he self-identified as a homosexual but then turned his live around, got married, and had three children with his wife.

In July 2015, the liberal media publicized his past as a homosexual, perhaps thinking that would hurt his candidacy or advance the homosexual agenda. In fact, it did the opposite, as he admitted that he is an ex-homosexual and declared the following:[1]

I have put the childhood abuse, and the teenage confusion behind me. What others intended for harm has resulted in untold good. I have overcome, and will not allow evil to win.

References

  1. Steve Benen (28 Jul 2015). The twists and turns of Missouri’s gubernatorial race. MSNBC. Retrieved on 06 Feb 2017. “In the meantime, one of the five Republicans still in the race, state Sen. Bob Dixon, is claiming to be a former gay person. TPM reported yesterday: Dixon, who is now married to a woman and had three children with her, revealed in 1991 that he had identified as gay for five years until a “religious experience” led him to be straight again, according to a 1992 report from the Springfield News-Leader, which was resurfaced last week by the Riverfront Times. ... In 1991, Dixon told attendees at a Springfield, Mo., city council meeting about his time as a gay man, but did not elaborate on his “religious experience,” which he said happened in October 1988, according to the News-Leader. Dixon is now running on a statewide platform that includes opposition to marriage equality. Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader reported late yesterday that Dixon says he was abused as a child, “and this abuse led to the confusion he felt about his sexuality,” leading him to identify as gay for five years. In a statement, the Republican lawmaker added, “I have put the childhood abuse, and the teenage confusion behind me. What others intended for harm has resulted in untold good. I have overcome, and will not allow evil to win.””

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