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Local NBC station covers VOV investigation of universities

December 18, 2013 By: Tom Coy Category: Ex-gay News

October 17, 2013

The following excerpts are from the article “Ex-gay group demands ex-gay therapy at Virginia Universities” written by Yvette Yeon and published on the NBC 12 website: “… The group, Voice of the Voiceless, has reached out to universities across Virginia demanding they offer ex-gay therapy. The group’s president says there are young people in the LGBTQ community who wants to change and need the proper guidance. Christopher Doyle is the president of Voice of the Voiceless and says people can change their sexual orientation, if they wanted to. His advocacy group defends those with unwanted same sex attractions, like himself who was once gay but is now married to a woman and with three kids.

“The problem that I experienced there is there is just no information for a person in my shoes, a person that was religious or Christian, that had unwanted same sex attractions and didn’t want to live a gay life, really had no resources,” said Doyle.

His group has reached out to 6 commonwealth universities demanding they offer ex-gay therapy.
He claims he went undercover and found no guidance for those like him and calls it viewpoint discrimination.