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A 10-Epsiode weekly (Wednesdays) series starting 22 April running until 24th June, 2020. These are FaceBook LIVe session on the CIT FB page setting 12.00 GMT+1 for one hour. The sessions are interactive, view comments and questions are welcome
X-Out-Loud celebrates the sense of freedom emerging X-LGBT people experience. A range of celebratory activities are planned so check back for more information in the next few weeks. Participants from different world areas plan to attend. But first, X-Out-Live begins its weekly Broadcast…
Lord Justice Sullivan yesterday dismissed Core Issues Trust’s application to appeal, claiming that Mrs Justice Lang’s inquiry in the London Bus Case was satisfactory and appropriate. According to Lord Justice Sullivan, Core Issues Trust is simply aggrieved at her findings. In reality, the rights of ex-gay persons have again been trampled by establishment judges.
The most important legal points achieved so far Court proceedings reveal Judges' observations: the inconsistencies in TFL’s application of its own procedures and by-laws in banning the CIT advert,...
Court Blocks Appeal of 'Banned Bus Ad' Case “The case has shown clearly that British officialdom has no regard for the rights of ordinary men and women whose identity is “ex-gay” and whose practice...
Core Issues Trust offers its gratitude to the many thousands of citizens who voted against changing the Irish Constitution to replace marriage as the union between one man and one woman for life, with a new concept which takes no account of the sex of the marriage partners.
Banning therapeutic support for those who experience homosexual behaviours and feelings but who wish to reduce these because of prioritising marriage to opposite sex partners is the antithesis of a conservative agenda. Such therapeutic support is not offered as a ’treatment’ or as a ‘cure’ any more than experiencing homosexual feelings is a ‘disease’.
Reminder of the Issues with the ACC’s ban of therapeutic support for those seeking to change sexual patterning
Its important to review the reasons why we think it is a mistake for Christian Counsellors to support the secularisation process through the ACC’s new position
Refusal of Association of Christian Counsellors to Renew Core Issues Trust’s Organisational Membership
The Association of Christian Consellors lends support to secularisation process of UK society
1. 3rd December 2014 The Counsellors and Psychotherapists (Regulation) Bill 2014-2015 2. 30th July 2014 High Court Judgement 3. 10th June 2014 Bishop Michael Burrows to debate Anglican view of human...
"In foregrounding controversy about so called ‘conversion’, ‘reparative’ or ‘gay cure’ approaches, the memorandum obscures the real issue: the freedom and rights of autonomous individuals to...
What are the essential issues of dispute? In a statement to its members in December 2012, the Association of Christian Counsellors clearly discussed the matter of counselling persons with unwanted...
Tony and Peggy Campolo’s embrace and normalisation of homosexual practice within the Christian church aligns the couple with growing confusion in Western Christian culture with respect to sexual ethics. Britons will not be surprised to see this development following his involvement with Steve Chalke, Vicky Beeching and Bishop Alan Williams following the Oasis Conferencei earlier this year.
Comment on the NCLR submission to the 53 rd Convention against Torture and Other Cruel , Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment
A Californian based law firm, the National Centre for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) has submitted documentary information1 to the United Nations treaty Committee Against Torture, claiming that by failing to outlaw the practice of ‘Conversion Therapy,’ America violates its compliance with the Convention Against Torture to which it is a signatory.