After spending 15 years of her life serving as “proof” that gays and lesbians can…Read More
A gay professor mines his past to reckon with responses to the closure an apology of a premier practitioner of “reparative therapy.”Read More
The end is near… for NARTH and the ex-gay industry.Read More
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A suggestion for the lonely few who still believe they can “pray away the gay.”Read More
Sociologists often talk about making the familiar strange and the strange familiar. I’d be happy if readers came away from the book seeing dieting as more complicated, and more problematic, than they had previously thought and efforts at sexual reorientation more akin to popular self-help culture than they would assume. If evangelical readers found Christian practices somewhat strange and non-Christian readers found them oddly familiar, that would be great too.