The Ex-Gays Now Have A Theme Song That’s Incredibly Gay, Incredibly Awful

Condragulations to Dennis Jernigan, winner of the create your own ex-gay theme song contest. Yep, you read that correctly.

Voice of the Voiceless, those courageous souls battling the so-called oppression of ex-gays, ran a contest this summer and the winning tune made its wholly unimpressive debut at the “First Annual Ex-Gay Awareness Dinner.” In attendance was the “who’s that?” of the ex-gay movement, some 60 Christian leaders comfortably fitting into “a super-secret bunker deep under Washington D.C.,” reports Joe My God.

At least it was a better turnout than the handful of former homos that showed up to that epic fail of a rally held back in July. Dennis Jernigan, an ex-gay singer/songwriter (oxymoron)  was also there to perform his delusional inspirational ballad. Sure it sounds like part of an aborted score even Andrew Lloyd Weber found too treacly, but we’ll give it to Dennis — that queen can carry a note.