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PFOX report and advice on an ex-gay library exhibit

April 05, 2013 By: Tom Coy Category: Ex-gay News

March 23, 2013

The following excerpts are from a PFOX website article: “Many times when a library patron sees a gay themed exhibit at their local library, they become upset because there is no opposing viewpoint. What you can do to ensure that the library exhibits the full and complete facts about sexual orientation is to put up an ex-gay exhibit at your local library.”

• “Ask one of the librarians for the application to set up a local community exhibit in the library.”
• “Fill out the information on the form and state that you want to set up an exhibit about sexual orientation and tolerance for the ex-gay community.”
• “The American Library Association’s exhibit policy mandates that exhibit space should be made available ‘on an equitable basis, regardless of the beliefs or affiliations of individuals or groups requesting their use.’ See

[G. Rope was able to do an ex-gay library display. Rope’s testimony follows:] “Our ex-gay library display was put up on January 3rd of 2013 and was up for the full month. Most of our literature was taken and many were blessed to see another view displayed for all to see. I kept my display board and hope to do this as a yearly endeavor. Why not? I wouldn’t mind even expanding to some local fairs this summer. We must get the word out about the ex-gay community. What a freeing message that we have to share. Let’s get out there and do it!”