Tag: Warren Throckmorton

Spitzer Retracts his 2001 Paper – Kind Of…

As Warren Throckmorton (amongst others) reports, Dr Robert Spitzer has asked to retract a paper he authored in 2003 examining the anecdotal reporting of almost 200 people who had been through an “ex-gay” programme. Knowing this article was coming, I

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What I Missed

While I was “away”, I missed the following. Colin Coward was forced to edit a blog post after I pointed out his claim that St Martin in the Fields conducted same-sex blessings and that Nick Holtam, now Bishop of Salisbury,

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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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New Study on Lesbian Parenting

Fresh from Warren Throckmorton. Adolescents of the U.S. National Longitudinal Lesbian Family Study: Sexual Orientation, Sexual Behavior, and Sexual Risk Exposure. Gartrell NK, Bos HM, Goldberg NG. Department of Psychiatry and Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, University of California,

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Jones and Yarhouse publish latest research in Longitudinal Study

Hot on the tails of the APA announcement on reparative therapy, especially on the lack of evidence for success or harmful effects, Jones and Yarhouse have published an update on their research (as featured in the book – “Ex-gays”). The

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One Size Fits All?

Warren Throckmorton seems to agree with me that while reparative therapy *might* be useful for some people to help deal with their same-sex attraction, it shouldn’t be used as a “one size fits all” solution. Indeed, sometimes people’s stories run

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