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  • You can try to connect with the Beyond Ex-Gay community site. Go to www.beyondexgay.com for more info. Peterson Toscano Theatrical Performance Activist www.petersontoscano.com On Jul 21, 2010, at 12:36 PM, "Tim" wrote: > there doesn't seem to be much of a conversation going on here. IS that normal? are there other ex-ex-gay groups that are more active regarding topic discussions...
    Peterson Toscano Jul 21, 2010
  • Hey there. I'm sure some of you know about the recent Ex-Gay Survivor Conference in Irvine, CA sponsored by www.beyondexgay.com bXg, Soulforce and the LGBT Resource Center at UC Irvine (some of you were there!) and perhaps you have heard about the Ex-Gay Survivor Initiative sponsored by Soulforce where ex-gay survivors have been appearing at various locations (NARTH, New Life...
    peterson toscano Jul 13, 2007
  • Hi, I know that you have shown interest in t the ex-gay movement and particularly about those of us who have survived harmful ex-gay experiences. Below is a press release about two new resources for survivors--a web site and a national conference in June that will be a direct response to the Exodus ex-gay conference. We are very excited about these developments. The full press...
    Peterson Toscano Apr 2, 2007
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  • well said. Yeah, looking at it closely, many of us realize that what motivated us to get involved in ex-gay experiences was really external pressure exerting shame and fear upon us. So many factors come into play, but the result is that many of us turn against ourselves and seek to change something fundamental and unchangeable while often getting distracted from genuine problems...
    peterson toscano Oct 9, 2006
  • The Broadway musical Wicked--The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz, based on Gregory Maquire's book, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West, explores how we as a society define wickedness, not so much based on actual good and evil, but by political ideology and personal ambition. The story and the music remind me of the ex-gay movement and how far some ex-gay...
    peterson toscano Jun 28, 2006
  • Norm, thanks for sharing this. It confirms stories I have heard from recent LIA participants. I posted about it on my blog. http://a_musing.blogspot.com/2006/03/lia-participant-accused-of- molesting.html Peterson Toscano Theatrical Performance Activist www.petersontoscano.com On Mar 8, 2006, at 2:18 PM, Norm wrote: > The controversial, Memphis, TN, ex-gay ministry Love In Action...
    Peterson Toscano Mar 8, 2006
  • Thanks for sharing this article. I actually attended this Mr. Hetero event, not as a protester outside but as a gay Christian within trying to understand the event. It was both extremely goofy and sinister. We are used to this sort of hateful attacks but done in such a bold way wrapped up in so much ignorance there in the middle of MA took me by surprise. I wrote about the various...
    Peterson Toscano Mar 8, 2006
  • Yeah, I read this last night and blogged about it doing some the math. It doesn't add up. http://a_musing.blogspot.com/2006/03/fuzzy-ex-gay-math.html Peterson Toscano Theatrical Performance Activist www.petersontoscano.com On Mar 1, 2006, at 11:17 PM, Pete Zayonce wrote: > *sigh* Alan Chambers is at it again... I'd like some of the > "hundreds of > thousands of men that we've...
    Peterson Toscano Mar 2, 2006
  • I actually attended this event, blogged about it and even got visits and comments on my blog from two men who competed in the event. I also link to video and other news stories about the event. You can read: Mr. Hetero Contest: Part One http://a_musing.blogspot.com/2006/02/mr-hetero-contest-part-one.html Mr. Hetero Contest: Part Two The Danger http://a_musing.blogspot.com/2006/02...
    Peterson Toscano Feb 27, 2006
  • Larry, and everyone who is engaged in this discussion. A common thread I have found among many "ex-gay" survivors I've met i is that many of us have felt as if we were victimized by the "ex-gay" movement. To some degree I believe we were, but much more so by the larger socio-religious world that spawned such "ministries". The "ex-gay" movement though is the closest target for us to...
    Peterson Toscano Feb 24, 2006