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Exodus International

Ex-gay survivors: Exodus kingpin pulled wool over eyes of TV viewers

Sean Sala of San Diego and Michael Bussee of Riverside, Calif., who is one of the founders of Exodus and its biggest critic, said late Saturday night that they have obtained a letter that ties Chambers to an "ex-gay" ministry based in Nashville, Tenn.

Exodus International says it's closing shop on "ex-gay therapy"

Exodus International, the oldest and largest Christian ministry dealing with faith and homosexuality, announced tonight that it’s closing its doors after three-plus decades of ministry. The Board of Directors reached a decision after a year of dialogue and prayer about the organization’s place in a changing culture.

Tax records: Chick-fil-A donations to anti-LGBT groups nearly doubled in 2011

Fast-food chain Chick-fil-A — embroiled in a controversy last year surrounding the millions of dollars it donated in 2009 and 2010 to anti-gay organizations — almost doubled it’s charitable donations to anti-gay groups in 2011, according to newly released IRS documents.

UN tackles gay "conversion therapy" for first time

Those who organized the event said they hoped it would be the first of many similar conversations, and part of a larger push from the U.N. to address gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender rights.

"Ex-gay" group cancels conference due to lack of interest

One of the most prominent ex-gay organizations in the country, Exodus International, has been experiencing an exodus of a different sort, one it surely isn’t pleased to see. The group canceled its next Love Won Out (LWO) conference, which was scheduled for May 19 at Legacy Church in Albuquerque, N.M.

VIDEO: Sean Sala speaks against anti-gay "conversion therapy"

Senate Bill 1172, authored by state Sen. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance), would prohibit a psychotherapist from engaging in sexual orientation change efforts without first disclosing the risk of harm and obtaining the patient’s informed consent.