Christian groups advocating so-called reparative therapy used to claim all gay people could be "cured." But with the release of new research, one such group has been forced to admit that that's not always the case.
Here's Marcus Bachmann's defense of his clinic's habit of trying to "cure" gays: Only if they ask for it! Also, he claims, dubiously, that the audio of him calling gays barbarians was "doctored."
Ever since we found out about Marcus Bachmann's attempts to cure the gays, there's been a certain... subtext. But as much as Mr. Bachmann's setting off everyone's gaydar is a tempting target for hypocrisy call-outs, what self-respecting progressive is going to make fun of effeminacy?
The Iowa far-right group whose pledge essentially expressed nostalgia for the slave family is withdrawing that portion of the pledge, saying, "It was not meant to be racist or anything." (Really.) Michele Bachmann, who signed it, is claiming she wasn't endorsing that "preamble" in a four-page document. Meanwhile, an…
Exodus International, an organization that promotes "reparative therapy" and other methods of "leaving homosexuality," has launched its very own iPhone app. But LGBT advocates argue that it promotes discrimination, and should be removed from iTunes.