Topics :: ex-gay organizations
By Chris Sosa | Tuesday Jul 16, 2013
A look at the "ex-gay" movement from its early beginnings to the closing of Exodus International.
By Bobby McGuire | Monday Jul 15, 2013
Those who made travel plans to attend the First Annual Ex-Gay Pride festivities in Washington, D.C. later this month will have to wait until September due to alleged harassment and perceived security threats, according to the events’ organizers.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jul 10, 2013
Calling all ex-gay auteurs! Voice of the Voiceless is accepting submissions for a music video contest where the winning entry will debut live at the ’First Ex-Gay Pride Celebration,’ scheduled to take place in Washington, DC later this month.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Jun 25, 2013
New Jersey inches closer to become the second state in the U.S. to ban the controversial and harmful conversion therapy for LGBT youth.
By Bobby McGuire | Saturday Jun 22, 2013
Sponsorships are being sought, speakers are being courted, a rally on the mall is being planned and a presidential proclamation has been request, for the First Annual Ex-Gay Awareness Day, part of the First Annual Ex-Gay Pride Month, organized by Voice of
By EDGE | Thursday Jun 20, 2013
The Board of Directors of the controversial ex-gay ministry Exodus International announced in a press release Wednesday night that the organization will be shutting down.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Apr 29, 2013
A popular proponent for the "ex-gay" movement recently revealed that he is still gay and no longer supports controversial ’reparative therapy’ to ’cure’ gay men of their homosexuality.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Feb 5, 2013
An "ex-gay" advocated who blogged about how religion "cured" him of his homosexuality was recently discovered using the infamous geosocial gay hookup app, Grindr.
By Victor Yates | Saturday Jan 12, 2013
San Francisco’s legislation to prohibit doctors from using techniques to ’cure’ a patient’s gayness went into effect on Jan. 1, but lawsuits brought against the state revealed it doesn’t apply to faith-based or unlicensed providers.
By Norm Kent | Thursday Dec 13, 2012
Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing (JONAH), a group that offers conversion therapy to gays, was sued for fraud in New Jersey state court.