After a board member’s actions in Jamaica.Read More
Sharon Slater, American anti-gay activist and president of Family Watch International, recently encouraged delegates attending a law conference in Lagos, Nigeria to resist the United Nations’ calls to decriminalize homosexuality. Keynoting the Nigerian Bar Association Conference, Slater told delegates that they would lose their religious and parental rights if they supported “fictitious sexual rights.” One such “fictitious right” is the right to engage in same-sex sexual relationships without going to jail.
A participant in the first study to use the term “ex-gay” to describe gay-to-straight change has called the study into question.
The Response host threatens radio hosts with cancellation if they don’t sever ties.Read More
Has been linked to arms dealing in Uganda.Read More
Ghana’s President John Mills gives mixed signals on LGBT rightsRead More
The Ombudsman for NPR responds to criticism of this week’s story on ex-gay reparative therapy.Read More
Texas Governor Rick Perry says of his August 6 “call to prayer for a nation in crisis” that we need to call on Jesus because “some problems are beyond our power to solve.” Here, John Adams is resurrected to provide guidance.Read More
Wyler’s method is considered fringe, even in the ex-gay movement.Read More
In the face of media reports that Ghana’s Western Region Minister recently called for the arrest of gays, a Ghanaian government source told me today that the government was not “clamping down” on sexual minorities. The source, who did not want to be named since he was not…Read More