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Ex-gay Christopher Doyle’s anti-bullying video pulled

February 12, 2013 By: Tom Coy Category: Ex-gay News, Gay Politics

February 7, 2013

The story was covered by the Washington Examiner. Here is an except: “Prince George’s County Public Schools has pulled from six middle-school health classes a controversial video that discusses therapy as a tool to help gay teens become straight. The video, called “Acception,” is part of a bullying-prevention curriculum crafted by Washington-area filmmaker and psychologist Christopher Doyle.”

“The 20-minute film features four teenagers’ struggles with bullying: One boy is bullied in the locker room, a second boy is rejected by his family after telling them he is gay, a girl comes out of the closet and a second girl describes overcoming feelings of attraction toward women and eventually getting married to a man. A roughly five-minute segment also discusses whether people are born gay and describes reparative therapy as an option for gay people who want to be straight.”