Ex-Gay Watch is making a belated entry into the social media revolution and now has a Facebook Page. Click “Like” to keep up with the latest developments, and feel free to comment on posts there, post to our Wall and get to know other XGW readers. We’ve already been on Twitter a while, under the […]
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After an absence of six years, I have returned to my native land. Your European correspondent is now officially Ex-Gay Watch’s man in Canada. When I’m not out hunting polar bears and eating poutine, I’ll be reporting on ex-gay news north of the border. Back in 2006, I offered some modest observations about the differences […]
I founded the Ex-Gay Watch web site in 2002 to promote new voices in the social dialogue regarding so-called ex-gays. After two years of writing 20 hours per week (or more) about ex-gay political activists, I began to run out of energy and time. XGW could have ended right there, but two excellent writer/researchers — […]
We would like to introduce Yuki Choe, a commenter turned writer at XGW. Some may know her already from her thoughtful comments, but for those who don’t she has written an introduction which follows. Please join us in welcoming her to the site! Introduction Greetings everyone! I am YukiChoe, and I am an Asian transsexual […]
At the suggestion of XGW commenter cowboy, here is an open forum to discuss any loose ends from 2007, or hopes and dreams for 2008. We can start with cowboy’s: I’m not going to make some transitory quest to fit back into my college-days jeans or resolve to get my taxes done early this year. […]
Ex-Gay Watch often points out how specific ex-gay programs worsen sexual struggle and emotional and spiritual trauma rather than curing it. It also documents how some ex-gay programs exploit strugglers for selfish political or financial gain. But it’s less often that we clearly spell out appropriate, constructive steps that strugglers and their supporters can take. […]
Between this evening and tomorrow, you may experience some issues with our site. You may not be able to browse to us, or the content may not be updated correctly. This is due to a server move/upgrade and shouldn’t cause much trouble, but we wanted you to know. If you experience any unusual site-related problems […]
You may have noticed that our Atom/RSS syndication feeds have been interrupted recently. We’ve had problems before which seem to trace to Feedburner, so we have stopped using Feedburner. Because Feedburner no longer is pointed to Ex-Gay Watch, you may need to reset your subscription to Ex-Gay Watch in your news reader. You can use […]
We are trying a new look (yes again!) and there are some minor features missing (author listings on posts for one). This will be corrected in the next few days if we decide to stick with this one. In the mean time, register your likes/dislikes here. Thanks! Update: We’ve gone back to our original look. […]
Former ex-homosexual Peterson Toscano says the birth of the “ex-gay survivors’ movement” raises some questions. Why did I pursue change? What was I looking for? What did I do to myself and let others do to me? What good came of the experiences I had? What harm came of it? How can I recover from […]
- The Fighting Words of Michael Brown January 24, 2008
- Psychiatrists Warn Church of England to Reject Reparative Therapy November 22, 2007
- Wendy Gritter of Exodus Member Ministry New Direction February 25, 2008
- Ex-Gay Therapist James Phelan Removed From Exodus Referral List November 13, 2007
- Exodus International Lays off Staff, Cuts Benefits August 23, 2010
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- Boo says: Paulk also emphasizes marriage as a form of self-giving — as...
- Tim Warner says: I had an extended email exchange with Anne before she finally...
- Norm says: Like Alan Chambers, Anne Paulk shows that education and expertise in...
- James says: The World Medical Association has condemned the portrayal of homosexuality as...