It would be remiss of me not to comment on the APA report of the Task Force on Appropriate Therapeutic Response to Sexual Orientation which has now had a good 48 hours for us to digest and ponder. There have …

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To be honest, I wasn’t expecting it, but it does seem to be the correct judicial response. If the Supreme Court had over-ruled a referendum of the whole electorate, that would have been majorly controversial. It appears that they have …

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The Observer is reporting that Church of England Bishops have begun a parliamentary campaign to oppose Clause 61 in the Coroners and Justice Bill, that would remove the Waddington amendment to the Criminal Justice Bill. Here’s the jist of the …

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Colin Coward, in his latest blog post, demonstrates an unfortunate inability to discern what the conservative position on same-sex activity actually is. Anyone who bases their attitudes to LGBT people on the official teaching of the church risks making statements …

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But the issues remain. The Coroners and Justice Bill returned to the floor of the Commons this week and the debate over the removal of the free speech clause in the Criminal Justice Act continued. The discussion on Tuesday afternoon …

Clause 58 is now Clause 61 Read more »

I’m sure most of you have already seen the paper launched on Thursday examining the use of reparative techniques for homosexuality in the United Kingdom. Here’s the BBC report: A significant minority of mental health professionals had agreed to help …

Sexuality, Therapy and the UK Read more »