Psychology Today Removes Ads for 'Ex-Gay' Therapy

Psychology Today Removes Ads for 'Ex-Gay' Therapy

The publication responded to a call from the Human Rights Campaign to cease carrying listings for the discredited practice.

WATCH: A Day in Janet Mock's Life, Via New Jezebel Series

WATCH: A Day in Janet Mock's Life, Via New Jezebel Series

The online publication chose Mock as the first subject for its new video series, This Broad's Life.

WATCH: Ad Council's Touching PSA Knows 'Love Has No Gender'

WATCH: Touching PSA Knows 'Love Has No Gender'

The 'Love Has No Labels' campaign released a new PSA aimed at shedding light on diversity and inclusion.

HRC Asks: Why Is Psychology Today Advertising 'Ex-Gay' Therapy?

Why Is Psychology Today Advertising 'Ex-Gay' Therapy?

The advocacy group has discovered ads for the discredited therapy on the magazine's website.

The Naked Truth About Trans Man's Re-Creation of Adam Levine Photo

The Naked Truth From Trans Man Channeling Adam Levine

Aydian Dowling discusses the FTM Magazine photo that's gone viral, saying it sends the message that 'trans bodies are human bodies.'

Op-ed: How Gay Baseball Player Glenn Burke Made Bryant Gumbel Nervous

How a Gay Baseball Player Made Bryant Gumbel Nervous

Late baseball player Glenn Burke wrote in his 1995 memoir (which is being re-released today) about the aftermath of his public coming out.

Thomas Roberts: Man of the Hours

Thomas Roberts: Man of the Hours

The out anchor's role expands with a two-hour midday gig on MSNBC.

WATCH: Axe's Ad 'Kiss the Hottest Girl — or Hottest Boy'

Cultural critic Mark Simpson had berated Axe (known as Lynx in other countries) for its hysterical heterosexuality and old-school approach to masculinity. Their new ad makes amends.

Op-ed: Why You Can Trust Openly LGBT Journalists

Op-ed: Why You Can Trust Openly LGBT Journalists

You give us your time, we'll give you the truth.

Vice Shares an Inside Look at a Texas 'Ex-Gay' Camp
February 27 2015 4:10 PM ET

Vice Shares an Inside Look at a Texas 'Ex-Gay' Camp

In the first part of a series, Vice takes a look at the industry that claims to help people change their sexual orientation.

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