Category: Orientation Change

Court of Appeal Ruling on Core Issues vs TfL

Here it is and it’s juicy. These are the best bits. 34. It is common ground that a public body cannot exercise a statutory power for an improper purpose: see De Smith’s Judicial Review at paras 5-082 to 5-119. It

Posted in Legal Stuff, Orientation Change, Reparative Therapy, Sexual Identity, Sexuality Causation, UK News

Savin-Williams and Ream – Fluidity of Teen Sexuality

Savin-Williams, R.C. and Ream, G.L. (2007)  “Prevalence and Stability of Sexual Orientation Components During Adolescence and Young Adulthood.”  Archives of Sexual Behavior  36, 385-394. is not currently publicly available free to view, so this post displays the key parts of

Posted in Orientation Change, Sexuality, Sexuality Fluidity

Kinnish et al – Sexuality Change Model

Kinnish et al “Sex differences in the flexibility of sexual orientation: a multidimensional retrospective assessment.” is not currently publicly available free to view, so this post displays the key parts of the research with the statistical model of sexuality change.

Posted in Orientation Change, Sexuality Fluidity, Statistics

Online Directory for Sexual Orientation Change Research

Hi folks, I want to provide an online directory of good research into sexual orientation change. I know of a few good studies but I’d be grateful if you knew about any more that you could let me know (in

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Cured Like Blindness?

Some interesting thoughts from Letters to Christopher. I think it is problematic to link any sort of change of a dramatic nature such as a change of sexual attractions to whether or not someone has “come into the knowledge of

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Edification – Christian Study of GLB Issues

Via the Sexual Identity Institute comes news of the latest issue of Edification (the Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, and no, I hadn’t heard of it either before reading the ISSI post) which explores how Christians operate in

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