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07/21/2008

Video: Show from Oz examines 'heteros' from Gayville

by Jeremy Hooper

The following Australian program looking into the so-called "ex-gay" movement is almost two years old now. However, the clips from the show, called "Foreign Correspondent," (a) are new to YouTube and (b) very much hold up today. So since it's always worth a few extra brain cells to learn more about your opposition and worth a few laughs to watch Richard Cohen smack a pillow with a tennis racket as a form of "therapy," we really think you should you go and have a looksie:



Lesbian Films' YouTube Channel [YouTube]

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Hitting a pillow and yelling seems somewhat violent... I'm not sure how this could possibly be therapy, I don't even want to watch past the first minute. Hitting and yelling is just disturbing to me. This seems Neanderthal in method.

Posted by: Kira | Jul 21, 2008 4:00:44 PM

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