Well it looks like ‘Ex-Gay Pride Month” is exed. The founders reasoning includes “harassment” and “security threats” and having to move the event to a secret location.
Last month, Clutch reported the Family Research Council’s legislative affiliate, FRC Action, was planning to officially launch two new “ex-gay” rights organizations– Voice of the Voiceless and Equality and Justice — during the event on July 31 in Washington, D.C.
A note on the website reads:
The harassment has caused several security threats which has forced us to change plans, and that is unfortunate. However, we are committed to holding an alternate event in late July as well as supporting some other initiatives that our allies and fellow ex-gays are planning for July. These events are still in development and will not be announced until late next week. For all of our supporters that have made travel plans to attend the July 31 event, we sincerely apologize for having to change plans, but we thought it was in the best interest to ensure the safety and security of all participants and speakers.
Voice of the Voiceless was founded by Christopher Doyle, who claims to be an ‘ex-gay’ and now has a wife and three children.