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05/12/2014

Can Al Gore's internet please stop turning people gay?!

by Jeremy Hooper

From the monthly magazine of Parents of Friends of Ex-Gays, a publication and host organization that wouldn't exist if not for wacky theories about what "turns" someone gay, comes this claim about an "ex-gay" son:

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[PFOX spring magazine]

I mean, I'm familiar with those hucksters who use the internet to send emails promising ways to lengthen or firm up one's penis. I'm not as familiar with the web entrepreneurs who use the web to instill a previously absent desire for the male organ. They must know a much more persuasive form of HTML than I do!

In a related story, Steve and Janice's ancestors were known in

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**Note: Steve and Janice run a ministry that is dedicated, at least in part, to pushing this "ex-gay" nonsense. Unlike gay "causes," you can find them on the web.

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