Following the Republican Party of Texas' endorsement of “ex-gay” therapy, Christian conservative Janet Porter of Faith 2 Action says she wants similar language “adopted nationwide.”

The state party's new plank recognizes “the legitimacy and efficacy of counseling, which offers reparative therapy and treatment for those patients seeking healing and wholeness for their homosexual lifestyle. No laws or executive orders shall be imposed to limit or restrict access to this type of therapy.”

“Don't mess with Texas,” Porter told her radio audience. “That's the message sent to the homosexual agenda from Texas Republicans, who now have an official state platform that stands for religious freedom and the freedom to counsel people out of homosexuality. … Let's hope this platform gets adopted nationwide.”

Cathie Adams, head of the conservative Texas Eagle Forum, spearheaded the endorsement. In comments to national media, Adams called the measure a “freedom issue,” but in defending the measure on Facebook she said “homosexuality is NOT NORMAL,” adding that she “loves” gays and wants “the BEST for you now and in eternity.”

(Related: Cathie Adams, who backed GOP OK of “ex-gay” therapy, says being gay “NOT NORMAL.”)

Calling such treatments harmful, California and New Jersey lawmakers have outlawed so-called “reparative” therapy to minors. A handful of other states are considering following suit.