The latest development stemming from a Richmond billboard that proclaimed 'no one is born gay' has a much more accepting message.
An estimated 400 people took time out of their pre-holiday routine on Sunday to take a photo intended to protest a Richmond billboard that claims 'nobody is born gay.'
The man who modeled for a stock image used on an 'ex-gay' group's billboard claiming twins research proves no one is born gay, says he in fact was born gay — and doesn't have a twin.
Christian Schizzel says he decided to come out as gay 'so that people who have used my story against other gay people won’t have it as a weapon anymore.'
A Richmond billboard purchased by Parents of Ex-Gays and Gays claims that studies of identical twins prove that there is no 'gay gene.'
The Washington, D.C., City Council approved a measure prohibiting licensed therapists from trying to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of minor clients.
Last week the United Nations demanded to know how the United States could permit conversion therapy.
Russell Moore acknowledges that so-called ex-gay therapy is “severely counterproductive.”
A federal appeals court agreed with a lower court's ruling that banning the use of such therapy on minors is appropriate.
A man who is now an LGBT activist in Mississippi says a church leader abused him throughout his childhood as part of so-called ex-gay therapy.
Peter Sprigg's circuitous argument: Williams's suicide shows rehab doesn't always work, and therefore reparative therapy is no less successful than rehab.