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July 24, 2013

Exodus International vice president Randy Thomas has issued his own apology after its president Alan Chambers apologized and closed the organization

The Vice President of the world’s largest ‘ex-gay’ therapy group has apologized for his role in the organization following its being shut down by Exodus International president Alan Chambers.

‘I apologize to the gay community for idealizing and reinforcing the institutional groupthink of Exodus,’ Exodus vice president Randy Thomas said in a public statement.

July 24, 2013

Exodus International vice president Randy Thomas has issued his own apology after its president Alan Chambers apologized and closed the organization

The Vice President of the world’s largest ‘ex-gay’ therapy group has apologized for his role in the organization following its being shut down by Exodus International president Alan Chambers.

‘I apologize to the gay community for idealizing and reinforcing the institutional groupthink of Exodus,’ Exodus vice president Randy Thomas said in a public statement.

June 23, 2013

Australia’s Living Waters ex-gay ministry has pledged to continue to try to make LGBTs straight despite Exodus International apologizing and shutting down

A leading Australian Christian ministry that tries to cure people of their same-sex attraction has vowed to soldier on despite Exodus International, the largest Christian reparative therapy group in the world, admitting that people cannot change their sexuality and shutting down.

June 23, 2013

Australia’s Living Waters ex-gay ministry has pledged to continue to try to make LGBTs straight despite Exodus International apologizing and shutting down

A leading Australian Christian ministry that tries to cure people of their same-sex attraction has vowed to soldier on despite Exodus International, the largest Christian reparative therapy group in the world, admitting that people cannot change their sexuality and shutting down.

May 19, 2013

In an interview with Gay Star News, writer Jeff Chu takes on Dan Savage and gays who hate gay Christians

Jeff Chu's Does Jesus Really Love Me?: A Gay Christian’s Pilgrimage in Search of God in America has earned the type of press writers dreams of. Positive reviews for a work that searches for grace and humility when there is usually fire and brimstone. However, liberals and conservatives have found fault with the work for that exact reason. What can be expected when tackling the third rail of US politics and culture: gay sexuality and Christianity.

February 6, 2013

One of Australia’s leading ex-gay ministries is unable to find anyone to attend its support group and counseled less than a dozen people last year, suggesting gay Australian Christians are increasingly reconciling their faith and sexuality

An Australian ex-gay Christian ministry has complained that it can’t find enough people to hold a support group and counseled less than a dozen people last year.

‘Liberty would sincerely like to run a support group for those with unwanted same-sex attractions,’ Liberty Christian Ministries posted on its website.

‘However numbers thus far have never been sufficient to have them.’

February 6, 2013

One of Australia’s leading ex-gay ministries is unable to find anyone to attend its support group and counseled less than a dozen people last year, suggesting gay Australian Christians are increasingly reconciling their faith and sexuality

An Australian ex-gay Christian ministry has complained that it can’t find enough people to hold a support group and counseled less than a dozen people last year.

‘Liberty would sincerely like to run a support group for those with unwanted same-sex attractions,’ Liberty Christian Ministries posted on its website.

‘However numbers thus far have never been sufficient to have them.’

May 4, 2012

GSN counts down the top 15 anti-LGBT insults, and the apologies that followed  

With the birth of Twitter and the death of discretion, an increasing number of public figures are candid about their anti-gay sentiments, and are paying for it.

Social media and consumer-driven content means that anything said online gets heard around the world in a matter of mouse clicks.

When homophobic and transphobic remarks are made, and apologies ensue, is it a genuine about-face or a lame attempt at lip service?