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The Straight LineHow the Fringe Science of Ex-Gay Therapy Reoriented Sexuality$
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Tom Waidzunas

Print publication date: 2015

Print ISBN-13: 9780816696147

Published to Minnesota Scholarship Online: September 2016

DOI: 10.5749/minnesota/9780816696147.001.0001

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Ex-Ex-Gays Match Testimony with Testimony, 2004–2007

Ex-Ex-Gays Match Testimony with Testimony, 2004–2007

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The Straight Line

Tom Waidzunas

University of Minnesota Press

After conflicts over the Spitzer study, moderates on both sides of the reorientation debate began converging on the idea that same-sex attractions do not change, including leaders of religious ex-gay ministries. Gay affirmative therapists explored “integrative solutions” that might affirm religious identity over fixed sexual orientation in some cases.

Keywords:   Same-sex, Ex-gay, Robert Spitzer, Psychology, Sexuality studies, Religious identity

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