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02/22/2011

PFOX gives new meaning to peer review

by Jeremy Hooper

One always expects the professional "ex-gay" groups to use suspect sourcing. But this new one from PFOX might just take the proverbial cake (or "ex-batter", as it were):

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[*PFOX brochure: WHAT IS AN EX-GAY? DO FORMER HOMOSEXUALS REALLY EXIST?]

Yes, you read that right: The so-called Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays is actually using a personal conversation from one of their own board members to say that a person's sexual orientation can just up and change, as if it were a scratchy throat or perhaps a grouchy mood. Never mind that the whole of credible science suggests otherwise. Chris Doyle said so, so it must be so.

Stay tuned for future brochures, where's one's personal testament towards his own coolness will be sourced with footnote:

  1. My mom said so.

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