Former Pro Baseball Player Billy Bean Featured In New TruthWinsOut.Org Video Campaign Leading Up To March 3 Launch of Dynamic Website
Videos Featuring “Ex-Gay’ Survivors and Sexual Orientation Experts To Debut Weekly In February NEW YORK — TruthWinsOut.org (TWO) introduced a new Internet video ad today
TruthWinsOut.org today announced its ambitious plans for 2008 — which include several protests, a three-region tour and a significant presence at several Gay Pride events.
“People should feel free to live the lives they desire. If someone who experiences primarily same-sex attractions wishes to explore a heterosexual life, no one
Sen. Barack Obama didn’t have to issue the challenge about homophobia in the African-American community – not in one of the nation’s premier black churches,
By Wayne Besen A few months ago, my organization TuthWinsOut.org caused a national uproar after we criticized Barack Obama for embracing “ex-gay” singer Donnie McClurkin.
The American Family Association sent out an e-mail blast that promoted its upcoming webcast of the “Rediscovering God in America Pastor’s Conference.” It will take
Truth WinsOut.Org Calls Mike Huckabee’ Comments On Homosexuality Embarrassing, Ignorant And Unworthy of A Presidential Candidate
NEW YORK — TruthWinsOut.org today condemned Mike Huckabee’ comments to BeliefNet that compared homosexuality to bestiality. Huckabee showed a lack of character, by pandering to
TruthWinsOut.org Slams Right Wing Fringe Groups For Exploiting Fears Of Drug-Resistant Bacterial Infection
TruthWinsOut.org expressed concern today over a Reuters news story about a drug-resistant strain of MRSA bacteria that is more prevalent among gay men in urban
TruthWinsOut.org Expresses Concern For Evangelical Christians After “Ex-Gay’ Group Launches “10,000 Divorces Campaign’
(Randy Thomas, Left) TruthWinsOut.org expressed concern today for the evangelical Christian community after an “ex-gay” organization pledged to recruit 10,000 churches. If Exodus International succeeds
(Greg Quinlan, left) Despite the vigorous efforts of “ex-gay” activist Greg Quinlan, legislation to toughen the state’s hate crime and bullying laws advanced Thursday in