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Conversion therapist and ex-gay advocate Christopher Doyle may be looking to make a buck as he demands that HRC pay for reparative therapy in the wake of his arrest on sex abuse charges involving a minor.
Ex-Gays and those who lie to them are set to take Washington, D.C., by storm for two days of dysfunction, denial and a dinner they'll have to provide for themselves.
Anti-gay hate group leader Tony Perkins thinks if Christian businesses are forced to serve gay clients, they should spend that money making "ex-gays."
According to a New Jersey Superior Court ruling, an organization performing gay conversion therapy may be liable to pay for legitimate therapy to undo psychological damage done to their former clients.
After two inaugural events that failed to either attract big name speakers or crowds to listen to them, ex-gay advocacy group Voice of the Voiceless is back for a second chance to rally their tens of followers who comprise their base.
Ever want to help people deny their nature, but didn’t have the time or desire to study psychology? Do professors with state professional counseling association credentials confuse you? Do you live in the D.C. area and have some time to kill?
Did you know that homosexual activists pay for those Westboro Baptist Church "God Hates Fags" signs, and that Madonna, Cher, Lady Gaga and sitcoms characters like Claire and Phil Dunphy of "Modern Family" are responsible for turning young boys gay?
Threatened with possible extinction in Maryland due to a bill introduced into the state legislature banning gay conversion therapy, ex-gay advocate and director of International Healing Foundation, Christopher Doyle cries foul.
It’s a battle royale over the appearance of a reparative therapy advocate at a Bronx high school between gay activists led by drag queen Miss Coco Peru and ex-gay advocacy group Voice of the Voiceless.
The ongoing religious right temper tantrum had another fit this week when an ex-gay support group called on Virginia lawmakers to stop funding what they call "gay-transvestite centers" at Virginia universities because they ran out of pamphlets.
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