In the summer of 2005 a 16yo Memphis, TN wrote on his MySpace blog about his parents sending him to a "Fundamentalist Christian" program that strives to turn gay teens straight. This documentary follows the inspirational story of this teens local community standing up for their friend with daily protests at the facility in what would become an international news story. The documentary features several former clients of the organization who tell their personal stories about the time they spent within the programs walls. Written by
Sawed-Off Collaboratory Productions
Did You Know?
Exodus remains the umbrella organization for ex-gay therapeutic organizations around the world. In November, 2010 they put out a press release stating that they would make it their priority in 2011 to reach out to youth as young as 12 or 13. Exodus Youth will not be renamed Exodus Student Ministries, and will target children from 7th grade up to College. Formal interview requests to Exodus staff, or clients were denied. See more
Features Sad to Be Gay
Performed by Glorie
Written by Jason Paxton
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