News items from the media: 1998 to 2019
About reparative therapy:
Religious conservatives have supported reparative therapy for decades, to convert persons with a homosexual or bisexual orientation to heterosexual. Such therapies have been called "reparative therapy," "conversion therapy,"
or "reorientation therapy."
A petition has been organized to: "Tell Amazon to reverse their decision to censor alternative views on homosexuality." 11, 12
Related essays on this web site:
- "Christian Ex-gay ministry hosts Chicago conference,"
Charisma. Online at Maranatha Christian Journal, at: http://www.mcjonline.com/
- APA response copied from a reader's Email
- Stuart Shepard, "Ex-gays protest APA," Focus on
the Family, at: http://www.family.org/
- "Lou Sheldon suggested exorcism is necessary to "release" a person
from homosexual lifestyle," Media Matters, 2005-OCT-13, at:
- George Rekers, "Gender Identity Disorder," at:
- Daniel Gonzalez, "Nicolosi Asked Me To Lie To Spitzer - A Consistent
Public Record," ExGayWatch, 2006-MAR-09, at:
- David Crary, "Haggard scandal renews sex therapy debate," Associated
Press, 2006-NOV-16, at:
- "Minister called 'completely heterosexual.' Peer group recommends Ted
Haggard move out of town," Associated Press, 2007-FEB-06, at:
- Wendy Cloyd, "Gay Pressure Threatens Counseling," CitizenLink, Focus on the
Family, 2007-FEB-23, at:
- Cindy Myers, via mailing from the National Center for Lesbian Rights, 2019-APR-17.
- Joseph Nicolosi, Jr., "These books helped thousands quit homosexuality. Amazon just banned them," Life Site News, 2019-JUL-11, at: https://www.lifesitenews.com/
- Joseph Nicolosi, Sr., "If gay doesn't define you, You Don't Have to be Gay," Joseph Nicolosi, undated, at: https://www.josephnicolosi.com/
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Latest update: 2019-JUL-19
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