Turin, 16-year-old girl taken to a priest to make her heterosexual

Turin, 16-year-old girl taken to a priest to make her heterosexual

They discover their daughter is a lesbian and take her to an exorcist

A couple of parents from Turin, after discovering that their 16-year-old daughter was homosexual, decided to take her to a priest. Not a priest but an exorcist with the aim of converting her to heterosexuality. The priest refused to follow their nonsensical demands.

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A life turned into hell on earth. In the end, the girl managed to report what was happening to her by sending a letter to a teacher, in which she told him what was happening to her.

At the time of the incident, the girl was removed from her family and placed in a community, and in the meantime both she and her parents have been receiving psychological support.

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Now the Public Prosecutor’s Office has requested that the charges against the parents be dropped to preserve the family’s new-found balance.

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The United States. A group of friends and an association that cultivates ethnic discrimination, racial superiority, and the fight against any diversity as essential pillars of its doctrine. These are the main elements of this multi-faceted novel, at times raw and hard, far from pity and useless turns of phrase, in which extreme fanaticism leads a father to desire the evil of his homosexual son, to the point of acting personally for the annihilation of this inclination. Yet “REDEMPTION DAYS” is not a novel that takes away space for hope, the same feeling that will take possession of the protagonist’s page after page, directing them to arrive very differently from the departure, a goal in which ideas change, the true virtues emerge, evil and perversions are finally removed, to achieve so, in different ways, their individual redemption.

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