Arthur Abba Goldberg
Oh, but we thought all she wanted to do was "protect marriage," whatever that means
JONAH co-founder, Arthur Goldberg, presents himself as a paragon of virtue, when he is really a purveyor of vice
Learn about the bizarre theory and practice of reparative therapy. It's even stranger than you had imagined.
Wayne Besen analyzes the current state of affairs of the "ex-gay myth", which appears in deep trouble -- and it's getting worse
TWO expressed jubilation today with the Southern Poverty Law Center’s lawsuit against the “ex-gay” industry. JONAH gets sued.
TWO Elated That NARTH and Liberty Counsel Have Filed A Lawsuit Against California For Banning ‘Ex-Gay’ Therapy For Minors
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Wayne Besen, Executive Director Phone: 917-691-5118 E-Mail: email@example.com These Organizations Are Exhibit A In Proving ‘Ex-Gay’ Therapy Is A Dangerous Fraud,
(Weekly Column) A good reason to come out of the closet is to stop the incessant lying, which weighs heavily on the conscience and eats
Jews Offering New Alternatives to Homosexuality’s (JONAH) co-founders, Arthur Abba Goldberg and Elaine Berk, have no scientific training, yet they often pretend to be experts.
I have never been more proud of my career accomplishments than I am today. It has been said that the friends and foes accrued over
Emily Wax at the Washington Post writes: Increasingly, victims’ advocates are taking to the Internet. “We are breaking the silence in the frum [religious] community,