Tag Archives: Ex-gay movement

Bad Heterosexual

Breaking news: not all heterosexuals are good people, and the small number of gays and lesbians who pretend to be heterosexual aren’t necessarily good people, either. Pretending not to be gay or lesbian does not make you a good person. … Continue reading

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“Ex-gay” therapy for penguins. Who knew?

This just gets weirder and weirder. An amusing little treat landed in my inbox yesterday, containing the answer to the question “where are the national anti-gay advocacy groups in the ‘Tango’ story?” It’s an alert from the James Dobson/Focus on … Continue reading

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End of the line for special rights seekers, Part 1

On January 31, Maryland Circuit Court Judge William J. Rowan, III ruled on the last chance for PFOX, Lynn Chapman’s Family Leader Network, and other assorted anti-gay obsessives to derail the progressive human sexuality curriculum in Montgomery County. Assisted in … Continue reading

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Ex-Ex-Gay speaker at PFLAG

This should be an interesting program. If anyone from Loudoun is interested in carpooling, let us know at info@equalityloudoun.org “Can Someone Become Ex-Gay?” Come hear Chris Camp, an Ex-Ex-Gay, who’s been there and back. PFLAG Columbia-Howard County Announces the September … Continue reading

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Did they run out of prisoners?

Prison Fellowship Ministries is a non-profit run by the reformed Watergate “hatchet man” Chuck Colson, and is based here in Loudoun County. As one might expect from the name, their mission is ministering to prisoners. Prison Fellowship partners with local … Continue reading

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More identity confusion?

Michelle Turner, vice president of Citizens for a Responsible Curriculum, tells Metro Weekly that the revised sexuality curriculum being introduced in Montgomery County is “one-sided,” saying that “if there is information for people who ‘choose to be’ gay, there should … Continue reading

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Morally suspect “health education”

Quote of the day: There is nothing legally suspect in basing a health curriculum on the wisdom of the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and American Psychiatric Association, and the American Psychological Association No. No, there is … Continue reading

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