Tag: Homosexual Attraction

Sexual Identity Fluidity – The Evidence

Although many pour scorn on notions that people’s sexual identity can change, research like Jones and Yarhouse’s “Ex-Gay Study” (J&Y) demonstrate that for some who pursue a purposeful attempt to do such a thing, there is a noticeable change over

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Fair and Balanced?

Is there an even-handed approach by newspapers like the Guardian to issues around the fluidity of sexuality? Let’s find out. Yesterday afternoon Robert Booth at the Guardian published an interview with Peterson Toscano, an “ex-ex-gay”. It’s a friendly interview –

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The ‘Right’ to Homosexual Adoption

The Clone makes an interesting argument. This will stir things up. Here’s the thought today – I don’t understand the logic of homosexual couples demanding the right to adopt. It strikes me as utterly undermining their other argument that the essential nature of their

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Homosexuality and the Christian

This book excites me. This book excites me because in it Mark has written three chapters that should help to transform the current debate around homosexuality in Evangelical circles and change it for the better. At first glance Mark’s new

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The Problem with Reparative Therapy

Now there’s a controversial title to a post if I ever saw one. I don’t expect what I write to be popular with everybody who reads this blog, but a number of pieces by others over the past few weeks

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