By Wayne Besen I always begin my traveling presentation on the “ex-gay” industry with a Daily Show segment (view video at bottom of this link)
George W. Bush longed to escape his daddy’ shadow, while Barack Obama has turned to shadowy preachers in his long search for a father figure.
It is clear that Exodus’ Alan Chambers is unlikely to resign without pressure, following the group’s participation in a hate conference in Uganda last week.
Watchdog Groups Demand “Ex-Gay’ Organization Dismiss Leader, Alan Chambers, In Aftermath of Ugandan Hate Conference
Watchdog Groups Demand “Ex-Gay’ Organization Dismiss Leader, Alan Chambers, After Exodus International Participates In Ugandan Anti-Gay Hate Conference Exodus Under Fire After Group Remains Silent
(Photo credit Michael Allen Jones, email@example.com) For much of Jacques Whitfield’s 11-year marriage (pictured) he maintained a parallel life. He cheated on his wife and,
I have long been outspoken on the abuses of GLBT people in Jamaica and the need for action. I can’t imagine why any American, European
Countless words have been written on why the GLBT community lost the Proposition 8 battle. Here are two articles that I think offer perspectives that
Rep. Ellen Tauscher (D-CA) introduced a bill this week to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, a law that prohibits gay and lesbian military personnel from
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In 1988, Don Wildmon’s American Family Association (AFA) went after Mighty Mouse. The Tupelo, MS group claimed the naughty pixilated mouse had snorted cocaine. Yeah,