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Nice work if you can het- it: Gay 'curist' Cohen changes junk science into cash

by Jeremy Hooper

You know Richard Cohen, the pillow-beating cuddle therapist who writes viciously anti-gay children's books and thinks he can cure gay people? Then you should also know that his whole charade makes him quite a bit of cash:

Richard Cohen, the former NARTH guru and PFOX president who founded the Maryland-based International Healing Foundation (IHF) seems to have found a wining lottery ticket of sorts. IHF’s 2011 990 tax return reveals that his group took in more than $635,000. In 2010, the “ex-gay” organization only grossed $117,000, and its most lucrative previous year was $201,000 in 2008. It appears that the new money bomb came from a gift or grant.
MUCH MORE: Ex-Gay Circus Act Richard Cohen Hits Gusher With Huge Influx Of Cash To Target School Children [Truth Wins Out]

Must be nice having such a cushy piggy bank. You know, except for that whole ruining people's lives thing.

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