"I'm not here to have a fight," says Stephen Fry of his interview with National Association for Research & Therapy of Homosexuality's Dr. Joseph Nicolosi on BBC Two's gay-themed Out There show. Instead, Fry lets the quack undo himself with his own words, and it's glorious.
Exodus International, the world's oldest and largest "ex-gay" Christian ministry announced late yesterday that it would be shutting down for good after nearly 40 year of claiming to have a cure for homosexuality.
Setting Captives Free, a "non-denominational" Christian ministry named after a verse from the Old Testament, peddles in self-help courses it claims can cure you of all that ails you: Drinking, smoking, pornography. Even homosexuality.
In a series of rambling, grammatically challenged Facebook and Twitter posts published last night, Internet personality Antoine Dodson appeared to claim that he was "no longer into homosexuality" and was now a devout Hebrew Israelite instead.
Earlier this week, a "formerly homosexual" blogger for the Christian Post was "outed" as a hypocrite for denouncing the "homosexual lifestyle" as immoral on the one hand, while using the other hand to actively search for guys to hook with through the social networking app Grindr.
A self-proclaimed "ex-gay" blogger who wrote extensively for the Christian Post about "coming out of the homosexual lifestyle" was recently discovered seeking the companionship of other men on the popular gay geosocial networking app Grindr.