Video of the Uganda homosexual conference follow up meeting

A week after the Family Life Network conference against homosexuality, a follow-up meeting was held. Exgaywatch obtained some footage and has posted a couple of clips. This first one is Stephen Langa lecturing straight from The Pink Swastika, by Scott Lively.Another clip is here.The blogger GayUganda claims that Stephen Langa has been on Uganda radio calling for the arrest of gay leaders while at the same time he has asked for meetings with them. I am trying confirm these … [Read more...]

Obama requests resignation of GM’s boss, CEO Wagoner resigns

Is the head of the UAW next?Just wondering... … [Read more...]

Treatmentshomosexuality website open to positive experiences

Michael King, British psychiatrist and researcher, is behind a research wesbite called Treatmentshomosexuality.org.uk. The website's purpose is stated up front:The website is new and under development. It is about use of so-called "treatments" that aim to make homosexual people heterosexual. It arose from research funded by the Wellcome Trust from 2001 to 2004 into the oral history of such treatments in Britain since 1950.Treatments to change a person's sexuality are unethical and may … [Read more...]

Exodus adds disclaimer to their website

Most recently, Exodus removed a link to Scott Lively's article on the Pink Swastika. The article attempts to support the idea that homosexuality was integral to the the Nazi uprising. As a consequence of Lively's appearance in Uganda, Exodus leadership removed the article.Now, in a move to make sure information on their website is consistent with their mission, Exodus has added a disclaimer and request.DISCLAIMER: Please note that many articles have been added to this website since its … [Read more...]

Aftermath of the Uganda conference on homosexuality

Much has happened in Uganda since the Family Life Network's conference on homosexuality was conducted March 5-7 (All of my posts are linked at the end of this post). This post provides links to the stories and some commentary on the matter.In short, it appears that the intent of the organizers of the conference is being realized. The conference organizers wanted to fight homosexuality and use the conference as a means of awareness for that purpose. In the days since the conference, a series … [Read more...]

Reorientation therapies in the UK: Survey results

A new survey from BMC Psychiatry found that 4-17% of therapists surveyed offer some form of therapy designed to reduce homosexual attractions.From the article in the BBC News:A significant minority of mental health professionals had agreed to help at least one patient "reduce" their gay or lesbian feelings when asked to do so.The survey, published in the journal BMC Psychiatry and conducted by London researchers, involved 1,400 therapists.Many were acting with the "best of … [Read more...]

Heavy – Collective Soul with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra

This is an amazing performance by Collective Soul and the Atlanta Youth Symphony in 2007. One of the Top 10 rock songs of all time (in the Throckmorton list of rock songs), this arrangement is uses the orchestra to provide captivating counter melodies to the driving structure of Heavy.Three minutes of Wow. … [Read more...]

Follow the money: Pro-Family Charitable Trust

This post is mostly about information without much commentary. Recently, I noted that NARTH (National Association for the Research and Therapy of Homosexuality) had removed references to Scott Lively from their website. In that post, I reported that Mr. Lively's foundation, the Pro-Family Charitable Trust chose NARTH as one of the first recipients of grant funds.While the amounts are not large, Lively's organization has funded other groups, including Paul Cameron's Family Research Institute. … [Read more...]


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