"What I believe is that when it comes to promising or assuring someone, or causing someone to expect that they’re gong to completely eradicate a set of feelings or temptations or desires, I think that sets someone up for tremendous damage, which can cause them shame and guilt. I certainly believe we should never be offering [conversion therapy] for minors. For adults, they can decide based on all the facts presented." - Former Exodus International president Alan Chambers
, speaking on Michelangelo Signorile's SiriusXM show. Chambers went on to to acknowledge that while he's been in a happy opposite marriage for 16 years, he is still attracted to men.
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