Two Alliance/NARTH Institute leaders presented initial data from their outcome study at the CAPS (Christian Association for Psychological Studies) conference in Pasadena, California on 10th March 2016.
With their study they challenge the unfounded conventional allegation that psychotherapy services for clients dissatisfied with their same-sex attractions (SSA) would be harmful and ineffective in facilitating SSA change. They have provided facts proving the contrary. Continue reading Professional psychotherapy can facilitate change in sexual attractions
There are as many ex-gays as there are gays, so scientific research has proved (click here). At this point the natural question arises—if there are so many ‘ex-gays’ in the population, where are they? Very few readers will ever have met any that they know of. It is no wonder the GLB community is very skeptical about whether real change occurs, though the scientific conclusion of the researchers involved is that it does, and spontaneously, without clinical intervention, as life goes on. Continue reading Where are all the ex-gays?
Gay-lib sees the words ‘same-sex attractions’ as very offensive. These words appear to diminish the concept of homosexuality, which they see as a full blown and equal form of sexuality. According to this world-view, it just pops out of nowhere. Gay-lib gets furious when it is labelled as nothing more than just feelings, things that come and go. So angry that they want to use legislation to ban any other world-view than their own. They want to call in state violence, which is basically just violence, by use of horror stories. Continue reading “Same-sex attractions” as offensive language
In 2004 Alan Chambers wrote an essay on the way gay-lib is influencing society and pushing its agenda (click here). These days, he has joined gay-lib and is hailed as the prodigal son. Is all of what he said way back then just a pile of nonsense? Let us take a look at what this man had to say. We doubt if he wants to be reminded. Continue reading Alan Chambers in 2004 on radical gay-lib