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'Ex-gay' dogmatists plan second 'Ex-Gay Awareness Month' (even though first one never really happened)

by Jeremy Hooper

Last year's event was a hilarious failure, with only a tiny handful showing up for the lobbying portion of the event and so few showing interest in a planned gala at the Family Research Council that the idea was eventually cancelled. But what the "ex-gay" movement lacks in scientific backing it more than makes up for in persistence and support from some of the most anti-gay people in America. Which is why those anti-gay activists are giving it another go:


$100? Wow, the cost of forcing oneself into a closet of shame sure has gone up since my teen years. Darn inflation.

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