Christopher Doyle, president of the “ex-gay” group Voice of the Voiceless, on Wednesday claimed that “ex-gays” are being oppressed by gays.

Appearing on AFA Radio's Sandy Rios in the Morning to promote Ex-Gay Awareness Month, host Sandy Rios asked Doyle, who claims to be heterosexual, why the White House held a meeting with bisexual leaders but not one with “ex-gays.”

“I think that what is really going on is there's an effort by the White House and by politicians in rank and charge to include and recognize every single sexual orientation, sexual deviance, sexual preference and sexual lifestyle out there except for heterosexuals and ex-gays,” Doyle said. “So the people who say they are oppressed are the ones that are now politically powerful oppressors.”