I’ve had SO many conversations over the past few days (can’t imagine why) about “post-gay” that I’ve decided to do a FAQ. Here are some questions with answers. If you can think of other sensible questions, please add them in …

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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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Well this took me by surprise. London buses have been booked to carry a Christian advertising campaign expected to start next week, which asserts the power of therapy to change the sexual orientation of gay people. The full length advert, which will appear …

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An interesting comment in the previous thread looking at these issues from the experience of South Africa which has had a unified marriage law for quite a few years. First our context. Gay marriage was legalised in South Africa through …

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The appeal in this case is out. The Bulls (quite rightly) lost when the court ruled very clearly that since Hall and Preddy were in a Civil Partnership, to not treat them the same way as a married couple was …

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The latest results from Yarhouse and Jones’ ExGay Study have been published in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy and are accompanied by a brand new website allowing for greater interaction with the authors. The response has been typical. …

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