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- adj. Having formerly been gay (homosexual), but no longer being so.
- adj. Having formerly identified as gay, but no longer identifying as so.
- adj. Of or pertaining to (purportedly) ex-gay people.
- n. An ex-gay person.
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Stephen Baldwin told The Guardian in 2010 that he supports so called "ex-gay" therapy, a harmful practice that falsely claims to "cure" people of their sexual orientation.
In addition to facing allegations that his Christian clinic endorses so-called "ex-gay" reparative therapy, Marcus Bachmann has been the subject of intense media speculation over his own sexuality.
Marcus Bachmann is defending his Christian counseling business for offering so-called ex-gay therapy, a controversial practice that's focused attention on the Bachmanns' views on social issues at a time when the Minnesota congresswoman has shown momentum in the Republican presidential race.
I suggest you do a little Web search on the so-called ex-gay thing.
Later that week, after Pastor José asked me at church if I’d called the ex-gay group, I finally dialed the toll-free number—and immediately tossed my cell phone back down, unable to go through with it.
Do so and lose your scholarships, face suspension or expulsion or, worst case, go to "ex-gay" or reparative therapy in order to remain in the campus community.
Get better sources … NARTH is one of those BS ex-gay programs.
Toscano spent 17 years in conversion therapies and faith-based ex-gay programs.
Today he's the co-founder of "Beyond Ex-Gay," an online community to help ex-gay survivors.
Paulk, a former drag queen known as Candi and a one-time first runner-up in the Miss Ingenue Pageant, is presently married to a self-proclaimed former lesbian who also underwent counseling in an "ex-gay" ministry run by Exodus International.
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