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August 18, 2005

Helping Boys Become Men, and Girls Become Women


Words cannot even begin to describe my intolerance for this guy, this wrongly titled organization Focus on the Family - Focus on Your Child and for those who share this twisted and damaging ideology.

CATCH your child's homosexuality...BEFORE IT'S TOO LATE.

* via Huffington Post.


I've heard horrible things about Exodus International - one of the organizations this Focus on the Family group recommends. From what I've heard their "therapy" involves a lot of emotional abuse.

Posted by: nycgadgetgirl at August 18, 2005 11:18 AM

I once had the displeasure of seeing this group while I was an usher at a hall located at a major Canadian university. They ridiculously used print ads for cologne as examples of the media promoting homosexuality in our children. Total crock! It was amazing how the audience was completely under thier spell.

Posted by: Rita at August 18, 2005 11:29 AM

This is precisely why I emailed you to change my name on all my comments to Mr. Incredible. I worked as a youth pastor at a pretty large church. James Dobson was highly regarded in our church and surrounding sister churchees. I once challenged an idea about women's "neccessary" submissive role proposed by James Dobson. The heat I received was as if I had pimp thrown poop at the pope during mass. What was worse is that my wife, being the strong woman that she is, was highly criticized. Thank god she wasn't on the payroll cause she got to say things I can only dream of saying to them.

Can you believe I am sooned to be re-hired by these same people? (Just to hold us over as my biz takes off).

Posted by: E & J at August 18, 2005 2:04 PM

That guy is a horrible person to be saying "treatment" is going to cure homosexuality. I'm living proof that therapists do not work at all.

Posted by: Mike Miller at August 18, 2005 10:24 PM
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