On the verge of financial collapse, the world’s largest “ex-gay” ministry, Exodus International, held an emergency meeting in New York City on Nov. 16, 2011. At the clandestine gathering, Exodus President Alan Chambers emphasized making the organization more donor accessible by re-branding it into “something more palatable to those with funds to give, and the general public alike.”
Chambers’ first stab at this cynical strategy occurred in January at the Gay Christian Network‘s annual conference. While on stage in Orlando, Chambers tried to convince people that Exodus has altered its hateful and harmful ways and gone mainstream.
The problem is, it’s not true.
TWO’s Special Report uncovers Chambers’ deliberate campaign of misinformation and proves that Exodus has not mended its message, nor its misleading rhetoric designed to trick potential clients into believing that they can “change” from gay-to-straight.
Please consider reading our Special Report and passing it along to friends, as well as “liking” it on Facebook.
Fight back against Exodus’ lies in Atlanta:
Exodus is bringing its “ex-gay” roadshow to Atlanta this month. Join us in countering their misinformation campaign:
‘Love Won Out’ community meeting
731 Peachtree St., Atlanta, GA 30308
3915 Carrollton-Villa Rica Highway
Villa Rica, GA 30180
- Exodus President Admits Ex-Gays Don’t Change Their Orientation (thinkprogress.org)
- Will Anyone Donate To Help Keep Ex-Gay Exodus International From Closing? (queerty.com)
- Exodus Int’l Prez Alan Chambers Is Just Super-Jazzed About Being Named Christian Of The Year (queerty.com)
- ‘Ex-Gay’ Organization ‘Exodus International’ on Verge of Collapse? (towleroad.com)
- They Are the 99.9% (slog.thestranger.com)
- In My Own Backyard! (ronskemp.wordpress.com)
- Wayne Besen: The Top 10 Ex-Gay Stories of 2011 (huffingtonpost.com)
- Cynthia Nixon Gay ‘Choice’ Comments Anger Homosexual Activists By Brittney R. Villalva (trinityspeaks.wordpress.com)
- Exodus International, Ex-Gay Christian Organization, Faces ‘Social And Financial Oblivion’: Report (huffingtonpost.com)
- Anoka, our little blight on the prairie (freethoughtblogs.com)