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PFOX uses Day of Silence to advocate for ex-gay rights

July 17, 2012 By: Tom Coy Category: Ex-gay News, Gay Politics

April 11, 2011

The following excerpt is from the PFOX press release. The full text can be found at

“Because homosexual activists try to censor the ex-gay point of view, PFOX asks students to distribute ex-gay literature to their friends in support of equality for the ex-gay community,” said Griggs. “The day of silence enables students to distribute ex-gay literature without harassment since opponents are obligated to remain silent that day.” Many of PFOX’s brochures are geared towards youth and explain sexual orientation, tolerance for the ex-gay community, gender identity disorder, anti-bullying policies for both gays and ex-gays, and resources for unwanted same-sex attractions.