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Video: Richard Cohen strengthens marriage movement's unbreakable 'ex-gay' ties

by Jeremy Hooper

This past weekend's World Congress of Families conference was sponsored by Focus on the Family, the Alliance Defense Fund, and a number of other groups working to shape policy here in America. The conference also featured an appearance by National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown.

Oh, and also discredited an unlicensed therapist Richard Cohen, who worked to tell the gathered conservative elites that gays can and should be "changed":


**UPDATE: More sites and sounds:

All of the leading American groups had booths:

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Alveda King was on hand to disconnect MLK's legacy from gay rights:

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Peter LaBarbera, whose AFTAH is a partner of the conference host:

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Brian Brown:

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[Al Photos: via Flickr]

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