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Proof that colleges suppress ex-‘gay’ info

October 10, 2013 By: Tom Coy Category: Ex-gay News, Gay Politics

September 25, 2013

The following excerpts are from Bob Unruh’s article “Undercover probe: Colleges suppress ex-‘gay’ info” on World Net Daily: “An undercover investigation conducted by Voice of the Voiceless, an advocacy group now promoting ‘Ex-Gay Awareness Month,’ is charging that many of Virginia’s state universities are promoting homosexuality – even though they are required to deliver accurate information that represents both sides of the issue.”

“The investigation was conducted by VoV over several weeks this month, and had two former homosexuals pose as graduate students seeking ‘anonymous counseling for unwanted homosexual feelings at university resource centers.’”

“Visited by the investigators were centers at the University of Virginia, James Madison University, George Mason University, Virginia Commonwealth, Old Dominion, Christopher Newport and the College of William and Mary.”

“‘State-funded universities are required to provide value-neutral, medically accurate information to all students in need of guidance,’ said Christopher Doyle, president of the group. ‘What we uncovered was a deliberate withholding of potentially life-saving information for students who may desire counseling to overcome unwanted homosexual feelings.’”

… “‘Not only are these LGBTQ Resource Centers discriminating against those who seek to overcome unwanted homosexual feelings, but they are also failing to provide gay-identified students medically accurate information that could potentially save their life,’ the report said.”