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New Book by Dr. Douglas McIntyre!

Broken Chains: A journey of recovery from ssa, anger, addiction and child abuse
Dr. Douglas E. McIntyre (Author)
Paperback: 80 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (December 19, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1481265334
ISBN-13: 978-1481265331

Book Description:

Pro-gay, Ex-gay, Reparative therapy, conversion therapy, religion, freedom of expression and "rights". In today’s culture these are extremely volatile issues. However, above the issues of equally sincere or politically motivated groups is a question that is faced every day by an ever increasing number of people. Is freedom to change our sexuality and gender identification possible? The true reality of most issues seems to fall somewhere between two extreme positions. After the shouting is over, an answer needs to be presented that will allow those that are unhappy in whatever position they find themselves the option to follow the dictates of conscience. This book will not attempt to give the final answer to these questions, but will instead follow the journey of discovery of the author through the real problems that overtook his life. Child Abuse, trauma, addictions of different types, pornography and SSA where all faced and solutions were found that can be used by anyone that will allow himself the options of change. It is well understood that (after thirty five years of dealing with these issues) it is not likely that either the “conservatives” or the "liberals" will be entirely happy with the conclusions in this book, but the author chooses to be true to his own convictions and achieve the reality of peace within him. This book is written in a language that will allow any young person faced with, what appears to them to be problems that cannot be solved, answers to those problems and a way to get the help he/she will need to truly become the person they were created to be. CHILD ABUSE, TRAUMA, ANGER, ADDICTION, PORNOGRAPHY, SSA IS THERE A WAY THROUGH EACH OF THESE ISSUES? IS THE REALITY OF CHANGE EVEN A POSSIBILITY? Please join me on a journey through "my secret hell" and judge for yourself.

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English Books & Other Resources

Stanton L. Jones: Ex-Gays?: A Longitudinal Study of Religiously Mediated Change in Sexual Orientation

Pure Love Club: http://www.pureloveclub.com/store/index.php?id=16

Cross Ministry's Bookstore: http://www.crossministry.org/store.php

Pure Passion: http://www.purepassion.us/Resources.asp


Hey God, You're Doing It Backwards!: A Journey Through Recovery from H [Taschenbuch]
Doug M. (Autor)
Taschenbuch: 72 Seiten
Verlag: iUniverse (17. August 2003)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0595291880
ISBN-13: 978-0595291885

The Complete Christian Guide to Understanding Homosexuality: A Handbook for Helping Those Who Struggle with Same-Sex Attraction (Taschenbuch)
von Joe Dallas (Autor), Nancy Heche (Autor)
Verlag: Harvest House Publ (15. März 2009)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0736925074
ISBN-13: 978-0736925075

Out from Under: The Impact of Homosexual Parenting (Taschenbuch)
von Dawn Stefanowicz (Autor), J. Raney (Künstler), M. Dillworth (Künstler)
Taschenbuch: 245 Seiten
Verlag: Annotation Pr (31. August 2007)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 1599770113
ISBN-13: 978-1599770116

Shame and Attachment Loss: The Practical Work of Reparative Therapy (Taschenbuch)
von Joseph J. Nicolosi (Autor)
Taschenbuch: 400 Seiten
Verlag: Inter Varsity Pr (Mai 2009)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0830828990
ISBN-13: 978-0830828999

The Bible and Homosexual Practice [Taschenbuch]
Robert A. J. Gagnon (Autor)
Taschenbuch: 522 Seiten
Verlag: United Methodist Pub Hous (September 2002)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0687022797
ISBN-13: 978-0687022793

The Gay Gospel?: How Pro-Gay Advocates Misread the Bible [Taschenbuch]
Joe Dallas (Autor)
Taschenbuch: 272 Seiten
Verlag: Harvest House Publ; Auflage: annotated edition (Februar 2007)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0736918345
ISBN-13: 978-0736918343

NARTH: Handbook of Therapy for Unwanted Homosexual Attractions: A Guide to Treatment

Shame and Attachment Loss: The Practical Work of Reparative Therapy (Taschenbuch)
von Joseph J. Nicolosi (Autor), H. Newton Maloney (Künstler), Robert Perloff (Künstler)
Taschenbuch: 474 Seiten
Verlag: Inter Varsity Pr (Mai 2009)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0830828990
ISBN-13: 978-0830828999

Healing Homosexuality: Case Stories of Reparative Therapy (Taschenbuch)
von Joseph Nicolosi (Autor), Lucy Freeman (Autor)
Taschenbuch: 240 Seiten
Verlag: Jason Aronson Inc (Juni 1997)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 0765701448
ISBN-13: 978-0765701442

You're Teaching My Child What?: A Physician Exposes the Lies of Sex Ed and How They Harm Your Child
(Gebundene Ausgabe)
von Miriam Grossman (Autor)
Gebundene Ausgabe: 256 Seiten
Verlag: Regnery/Gateway (4. August 2009)
Sprache: Englisch
ISBN-10: 1596985542
ISBN-13: 978-1596985544

Practical Exercises for Men in Recovery of Same-Sex Attraction (SSA) [Paperback]
James E. Phelan (Author)
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Morris Publishing; 1 edition (June 15, 2006)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0977977307
ISBN-13: 978-0977977307

The Game Plan: The Men's 30-Day Strategy for Attaining Sexual Integrity [Paperback]
Joe Dallas (Author)
Paperback: 256 pages
Publisher: Thomas Nelson; 1 edition (July 19, 2005)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0849906334
ISBN-13: 978-0849906336

Why Gay Men Do What They Do: An Inside Look at Gay Culture [Paperback]
Aaron Jason Silver (Author)
Paperback: 260 pages
Publisher: Authorhouse (July 2006)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1425938752
ISBN-13: 978-1425938758

Making Gay Okay: How Rationalizing Homosexual Behavior Is Changing Everything

by Robert R. Reilly (Author)
Hardcover: 250 pages
Publisher: Ignatius Press (April 15, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1586178334
ISBN-13: 978-1586178338

More Books & Other Resources:

"The Christian Meaning of Human Sexuality" by Paul M. Quay (Ignatius Press)

Catholic Medical Association: Homosexuality & Hope

One More Soul - Fostering God's Plan for Love, Chastity, Marriage, And Children


Catholic Books & Other Resources

New Book Documents ‘Homosexual Collective’s’ Infiltration of American Catholic Church (Link)

Catholic Books On Homosexuality

Same-Sex Attractions: A Parents' Guide - edited by Fr. John Harvey, OSFS & Gerard V. Bradley, St. Augustine's Press, South Bend , IN, 2003, to order call: 1-800-621-2736

The Truth About Homosexuality: The Cry of the Faithful,(Catholic) Rev. John F. Harvey OSFS, Ignatius Press, 1997: To place a credit card order, call Ignatius Press at 1-800-651-1531.

The Homosexual Person: New Thinking in Pastoral Care,(Catholic), Rev. John F. Harvey, OSFS, Ignatius Press, 1987: To place a credit card order, call Ignatius Press at 1-800-651-1531.

The Courage to be Chaste, (Catholic), Benedict Groeschel, CFR: Paulist Press, 1985, to order call:1-800-218-1903

A Spiritual Plan to Redirect One’s Life (Catholic),  pamphlet: to order, contact Paulines Books & Media

Pastoral Care and the Homosexual - (Catholic), pamphlet: to order, contact Catholic Information Service, Knights of Columbus, P.O. Box 1971, New Haven, CT 06521

Beyond Gay, David Morrison, click here to visit his website.

John F. Harvey, "Homosexuality and the Catholic Church", Ascension Pr, 2007

One More Soul - Fostering God's Plan for Love, Chastity, Marriage, And Children


 Spanische Bücher:
  1. "Ayudando a gente a salir de la homosexualidad" - Frank Worthen
  2. "Claves bíblicas para la redención sexual" - Esperanza para el Corazón
  3. "Comenzando un ministerio cristiano para quienes luchan con la homosexualidad" - Alan Medinger
  4. "Cómo establecer grupos de apoyo" - Frank Worthen
  5. "Dejando atrás la homosexualidad" - Bob Davies y Lori Rentzel
  6. "Libre del Lesbianismo: Un nuevo pacto" - Heisha Fernández
  7. "Liderazgo" - Frank Worthen
  8. "Sanidad Sexual" - David K. Foster
  9. "Manual del Nuevo Amanecer" - Peg J. McCabe
  1. Resources in Spanish:

    • Website: The Spanish version of FreeToBeMe.com offers extensive Spanish-language resources for youth, as well as articles suitable for any age. (Off-site link).
    • Book: Cuando el SIDA llega al hogar (When AIDS comes home) by Mignon Zylstra, whose son died of AIDS. For Christian families dealing with HIV/AIDS in a loved one. This book can be ordered from Editorial Caribe, a division of Thomas Nelson (615-889-9000).
    • Book: Sexual Healing by David Kyle Foster. Spanish edition available from David Foster, P.O. Box 54, Hermitage, TN 37079, U.S.A.
    • Book: Libre del Lesbianismo un nuevo pacto by Heisha Fernández, (1997). Ministerio Nueva Condición, PO Box 810257, Carolina, Puerto Rico, 00981-0257.

Una Pizca de Prevencion  von Don Schmierer, Lela Gilbert
Promise Publishing Company (15. Juli 2005)

Books For Women

Practical Exercises for Women in Recovery of Same-Sex Attraction [Paperback]
James E Phelan (Author), Debora Barr (Contributor)
Paperback: 134 pages
Publisher: Phelan Consultants, LLC (September 17, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0977977323
ISBN-13: 978-0977977321



Christl R. Vonholdt: Verwundete Weiblichkeit

Verändernde Gegenwart

Leanne Payne
ASAPH, 1998

Du kannst heil werden

Leanne Payne
Projektion J, 1997

Dich will ich hören, Herr

Leanne Payne
Projektion J, 1995

Krise der Männlichkeit

Leanne Payne
Aussaat Verlag, Neukirchen-Vluyn, 1985, 1991

Heilende Gegenwart

Leanne Payne
Aussaat, 1994

The Heart of Female Same-Sex Attraction. A Comprehensive Counseling Resource.
By Janelle Hallman
Published: March 2008
ISBN: 978-0-8308-3429-7


Jean Howard: Out of Egypt, Into The Promised Land: Beyond the Lesbian Struggle

Lori Rentzel: Emotional Dependency

Cindy Emmet Smith: The Cracked and Silent Mirror

Leanne Payne: The Broken Image, Crisis in Masculinity, The Healing of the Homosexual, Restoring the Christian Soul Through Healing Prayer

Raising Girls: Why Girls Are Different - And How to Help Them Grow Up Happy and Confident

The Heart of Female Same-Sex Attraction



Neu: "Die Haltung der katholischen Kirche zur Homosexualität". Bestelladrese: Sekretariat Weihbischof Laun, Kapitelplatz 2, A-5010 Salzburg, Email: andreas.laun(at)inode.at

They'Re Coming to Your Town

It's Not Gay
It's Not Gay presents a story that few have heard, allowing former homosexuals the opportunity to tell their own story in their own words.


DVD's from Cross Ministry (Tim Wilkins): click here

Homosexuality And Christianity

Homosexuality, The Church & Society

Men's Group - The Movie

Exodus: The Question of Homosexuality DVD (Previously Truth & Tolerance)

Janelle Hallmann: Understanding and Treating Female Homosexuality (DVD)

Redeemed Lives

Theology of the Body

Theology of the Body for Teens

John Piper: What's the Difference? Manhood and Womanhood Defined According to the Bible (DVD)

Seven Days in Utopia (Movie)


NARTH: Mighty Waves: Helping Adolescents With SSA Concerns (DVD)

Catholic Answers: DVD - The Man Talk by Matt Fradd

Material for men:



Please go to Jonah: http://www.jonahweb.org/cms/b/

Guard Your Eyes (Jewish)


Livres en Francais

Französischsprachige Veröffentlichungen

  • John et Anne Paulk, L'Amour libéré - Sur le chemin de líhétérosexualité, Editions l'eau vive Genève, ISBN 2-88035-035-X
  • Isabelle Graesslé, Pierre Bühler, Christoph D. Müller, Qui a peur des homosexuel-les? Evaluation et discussion des prises de position des Eglises protestantes de Suisse, Editions Labor et Fides Genève, ISBN 2-8309-0993-3
  • Roger Barilier, William Edgar, Paul Wells, Homosexualité SIDA, Synapse Ethique No. 3, Editions Kerygma Aix-en-Provence, ISBN 2-905464-15-1
  • David Field, Homosexualité, qu'en dit la Bible? Editions Trobisch, ISBN 3-87827-125-5
  • John White, L'Eros piétiné, vaincre la culpabilité, Editions Farel, Fontenay-Sous-Bois (France) ISBN 2-86314-050-7
  • Guérison intérieure:
  • L'âme oublièe: Leanne Payne
    Vivre la presence de Dieu: Leanne Payne
    La guerison de l'âme: P. Shields
    Changer de l'interieur: John White
    Face à la souffrance:  Dr. Paul Tournier
    Vraie et fausse culpabilite: Dr. Paul Tournier
    Idolâtrie du moi: Dr. J. Satinover
    Les gens du mensonge: Scott Peck
    Appartenance et gueriso: D. Linn/M. Linn/Sh. Fabricant Linn
    De livrée du piège de la performance: Dr. D. Seamands
    Les murs de mon Cœur: B. Thompson
    La depression, comprendre et aider:  Minirth/Meier
    Le développement de l’homme en huit étapes: D. & L. Linn/Sh. Fabricant-Linn
    La guérison des souvenirs:  D. Seamand
    L’image brisée:  Leanne Payne
    Vers une sexualité reconcilieé :  Andrew Comiskey
    Aimer en vérité:  Mario Bergner
    L’enfance déchirée:  Dr. Dan Allender
    Ce silence qu’il faut romper:  E. Wilson
    Le pouvoir subtil de l’abus spiritual:  David Johnson &Jeff van Vonderen
    Obsession: Laurie Hall

Books by Black Ex-Gay Authors

Out of Darkness Into His Marvelous Light

by Bummi Niyonu Anderson

ISBN 0-9715323-7-0 136 pages

Running Toward Life

by Millicent Ellis

ISBN 0-9722985-3-3 95 pages

Touching A Dead Man: One Man's Explosive Story of Deliverance from Homosexuality

by DL  Foster

ISBN 0-9723510-0-0, 234 pages

The Homosexual Lie: A Biblical Discussion from an Exgay Perspective

by Minister Claire Henry

ISBN 0-9760536-0-8; 143 pages

Eternal Victim/Eternal Victor

by Donnie McClurkin

ISBN 1-56229-162-9; 190 pages

Gay But Not Happy

ISBN 0-9721760-0-4; 125 pages

by Kevin Giles

I Wasn't Born This Way

ISBN 0-942683-04-8

The Cry of a Little Boy: Overcoming "The Struggle"

ISBN: 1-4137-2174-5, 136 pages

by Tracy J. Sipp

Escaping the Gay Lifestyle: Confirmation of a Divine Call

67 pages

by Evangelist Miriam Passmore

Nevertheless Not My Will

ISBN 1-55630-803-5; 101 pages

by D. Mitchell Sawyers

Rescuing the Homosexual in the House of God

by Evangelist Linda Jernigan

Exposing the Hidden Truth of Homosexuality

by Monica Brown

Closing the Closet: Testimonies of Deliverance from Homosexuality

ISBN 0971635528;202 pages

Edited by Rev. TW Swan, II

Wisdom Keys for the Journey out of Homosexuality

Craig McNally

Exposing the Spirit of Homosexuality

ISBN 1-4184-7567-X;108 pages

by Mark Farentino Williams


"Nicolosi makes an all important distinction: Being homosexual does not mean being gay.... [The author] is to be congratulated for taking up the gauntlet for a much neglected population--the homosexual male who experiences his sexual orientation as ego dystonic and wants to change."
--Elaine Siegel, Ph.D.

Offers Hope to Thousands of Men
"In this major and compelling work, Dr. Nicolosi addresses the issue of changing homosexuality with courage and clinical integrity. Refusing to give in to political pressure and attack, he has listened, instead, to his patients--to their developmental dilemmas and to their developmental needs. Basing the treatment plan on this clinical data and on recent advances in understanding gender identity, he offers hope to the thousands of men who do not want to feel coerced by either their own internal conflicts or by outside political pressures to live a life inimical to who they are and to who they want to be."

--Althea J. Horner, Ph.D.

Speaks to "Non-Gay" Homosexuals with a Tone of Clinical Empathy
"Dissatisfied homosexuals have finally been addressed in a modern work that will satisfy the standards of professionals and laity alike. Direct and comprehensive, [it] speaks to the seldom recognized 'non-gay homosexuals' with a tone of clinical empathy that is long overdue."

-Joe Dallas
President of Exodus International

Reversal to Heterosexuality is Possible
"Dr. Nicolosi has produced a clearly written, scholarly book that covers the developmental, physiological, social-psychological, familial, interpersonal, and gender identity aspects of male homosexuality. Although the influence of mothers in the developmental and adaptive process is given its importance, the more compelling role of an inadequate father-son relationship in a boy's subsequent homosexuality is again corroborated and becomes a salient theme in reparative therapy. "It has become unpopular to propose that homosexuality is the consequence of a disturbed boyhood and that reversal to heterosexuality through psychotherapy is possible. Influenced only by what the clients were telling him, the author offers a rich harvest of observations that justifies the reparative treatment he describes. "This book is recommended reading, not only for mental health workers, but its easy style makes it attractive for those outside the profession."

-Irving Bieber, M.D.

The Homosexual Who Wants to Change Can
"This well-written book by a courageous clinician addresses an important societal and clinical issue: How can a homosexual male deal with his orientation without succumbing to the extremes of a gay life style? Nicolosi makes an all important distinction: Being homosexual does not mean being gay. He sees that the usual rite of coming out of the closet can be an enforced trauma, preventing further psychological growth. Instead, Nicolosi sees the quiet spaces of privacy as a growth-producing environment that can foster meaningful insight followed by change and genuine, instead of coerced, decision making. In addition, he stresses the father as an important role model and cites many vignettes in which men have found their full masculine selves during therapy. Nicolosi is to be congratulated for taking up the gauntlet for a much neglected population: The homosexual male who experiences his sexual orientation as ego dystonic and wants to change."

-Elaine Siegel, Ph.D.

Book Excerpt: Introduction

For many years, I have found myself in the odd position of being a psychologist whose profession says homosexuality is not a problem---yet many homosexual men continue to come to me in conflict.

The fact that so many men continue to feel "dis-eased" by their homosexuality can be explained in one of two ways. Either society and the Judeo-Christian ethic have coerced these individuals into thinking they have a problem; or, the homosexual condition itself is inherently problematic.

In reflecting on the homosexual condition for more than ten years as I have guided many men who are struggling with the problem, I believe some truths have become apparent.

Today, new studies place the homoerotic drive in better perspective by showing us that it originates from the search for health and wholeness. Many homosexuals are attracted to other men and their maleness because they are striving to complete their own gender identification. From this perspective, we now better understand the nature of the homosexual person's struggle. And with this understanding, we can offer more than tolerance, but--for those who seek it--hope for healing. More than civil rights, we can offer a way toward wholeness.

Empirical research and clinical evidence together will be presented in this book to demonstrate how the homosexual condition is in many cases the result of incomplete gender-identity development. Consequently it is a condition characterized by erotic but frustrating same-sex relationships.

Through my treatment of over l00 men, I have applied clinical observations to the wider body of research, and from these resources I have formulated a psychotherapy. This psychotherapy is not a "cure" in the sense of erasing all homosexual feelings. Nevertheless, it is a valid treatment offering a framework for understanding the homosexual condition and growing in masculine identification.

It should be noted here that "homosexual" is a relative term. Each individual falls somewhere along the heterosexual-homosexual continuum, possibly moving from one direction to the other during different life stages.

Also, the word "homosexual" is used in this book as convenient shorthand to denote "the man with the homosexual problem." It must always be borne in mind that no man's personhood can be reduced to a simple sexual identity.

I have chosen the term "reparative therapy" to draw attention to a neglected psychoanalytic perspective of homosexuality which traces its roots to Freud. Due to incomplete development of aspects of his masculine identity, the homosexual seeks to "repair" his deficits through erotic contact with an idealized other. Reparative therapy has recently found support through object relations theory and empirical studies in gender identity.

This book is not for everyone. Some readers will find our theoretical model irrelevant to their personal histories. We do not attempt to propose the reparative model as the sole cause or form of homosexuality. Homosexuality is not a single clinical entity and homosexual behavior results from a variety of motivations. However, the model described here fits the majority of the treatment population I have encountered, and I have no doubt that it is the most common homosexual developmental pattern.

I hope that further understanding of the homosexual condition will lead to a more realistic public attitude, and also to the wiser parenting which would aid in prevention of homosexual development. Most important, I hope to show an option for those who find the gay lifestyle unacceptable--either because of disillusionment in having lived it, or because it is in fundamental violation of their personal identity.

The vast majority of my homosexual clients are men; consequently, the etiology and treatment described in this book will be in regard to the male homosexual. I believe some of the principles stated will apply to women; nevertheless, it will take another writer to refine and apply these ideas to the problem of lesbianism.

Book Excerpt: Chapter One

Non-Gay Homosexuals: Who Are They?
Much has been written in recent years about embracing the gay lifestyle and "coming out of the closet." "Coming out" is said to mean throwing off the burdens of fearfulness and self-deception to embark on the road to freedom and personal integrity.

Yet there is a certain group of homosexual men who will never seek fulfillment through coming out into a gay identity. These men have chosen to grow in another direction.

The word "homosexual" names an aspect of such a man's psychological condition. But he is not gay. "Gay" describes a contemporary socio-political identity and lifestyle which such a man will never claim. Therefore, I call him a "non-gay homosexual."

The non-gay homosexual is a man who experiences a split between his value system and his sexual orientation. He is fundamentally identified with the heterosexual pattern of life. The non-gay homosexual feels his personal progress to be deeply encumbered and by his same-sex attractions. He usually holds conservative values, is identified with a religious tradition, and holds no deep resentments toward Judeo-Christian teachings on homosexuality. In fact he most likely finds them reinforcing and supportive of his struggle.

Before the gay liberation movement, such a man was portrayed in psychiatric literature in a one-dimensional manner from the perspective of his "medical condition." Now the gay movement has encouraged new research, often conducted by gay researchers, to shed long overdue light on the personal and relational issues of the gay experience.

With the help of these studies, men can now decide whether they want to embrace the gay lifestyle, or to take the road that leads to growth out of homosexuality. It is my hope to help illumine the latter road--the one which leads toward wholeness.

A sixteen-year-old young man came into my office, concerned that he must be homosexual. I told him that if he was, he could choose Gay Affirmative Therapy, or he could seek to grow out of homosexuality. I then proceeded to tell him about the men in therapy with me.

At first he seemed confused and then after some consideration said: "Oh, you mean they're not yet out of the closet?"

The young man had been confused by the popular rhetoric which assumes that if you are homosexual, then the only honest response is to live out the gay identity. Believing this, he was surprised to hear that there are men who out of the fullness of their identities, choose a different struggle.

Those who seek reparative therapy do not blame social stigma for their unhappiness. Many have looked into the gay lifestyle, have journeyed what became for them a "via negativa" and returned disillusioned by what they saw. Their definition of self is integrally woven into traditional family life. They refuse to relinquish their heterosexual social identity. Rather than wage war against the natural order of society, they instead to take up the sword of an interior struggle.

As one 23-year old client explained:

"I've had these feelings and these urgings, but the idea of being of gay person is just ridiculous...it's such a strange lifestyle, on the fringes of society...it's something I could never be a part of."

Another young man said:

"I have never believed I had homosexual tendencies because I was 'born that way.' It is quite an insult to my dignity and a gross disservice to my quest for growth to be told that I have no hope for change."

Said another:

"To me, embracing a homosexual lifestyle has been like living a lie. I have found it to be a painful, confusing and destructive force in my life. Only since I have started to look at what is behind these homosexual feelings have I really begun to find peace."

I hope to be one voice in support of the non-gay homosexual--to explain in psychodynamic terms who he is, and to gain acknowledgment for his commitment. For non-gay homosexuals are typically seen as an insignificant group of people, and if society does consider them, it is with a certain derision. Their identity is lost between the cracks of popular ideology. The straight world shuns them, and the gay world considers them not their own.

The mental health profession is largely responsible for the neglect of the non-gay homosexual. In its attempt to support the liberation of gays, it has pushed underground another population. By no longer categorizing homosexuality as a problem, it has cast doubt on the validity of this other group's struggle.

This social neglect is also caused in large part by the non-gay homosexual himself. He is not likely to be found at parades or rallies celebrating his identity. He would rather resolve his conflicts quietly and discreetly. How paradoxically conservative are the men who wage this counter-cultural struggle! Today, even child molesters and prostitutes tell their stories to Oprah or Geraldo.

It is unfortunate that the non-gay must be identified by what he is not. The gay world's assumption is that what keeps him in the closet is fear or ignorance, and that with enough time and education he too will find liberation. Yet not to be gay is as much a decision and a conscious choice about one's self-identity as deciding to be gay.

For such a man, "not coming out" can be a dynamic place of growth and self-understanding, a place committed to change. To him, "the closet" is a place of choice, challenge, fellowship, faith, and growth---an interior place which has often opened up into transcendence.

We have recently made great progress in acknowledging the gay man in society. Now, the same understanding must be extended to the non-gay homosexual. He has made a valid philosophical and existential choice. He is not a guilt-ridden, intimidated, fearful person but someone who from the fullness of his own identity, seeks not to embrace--but to transcend--the homosexual predicament.

What point is there to write book after book about how wrong "homosexuality" ist if you do not offer people with unwanted same-sex attractions help. You add guilt to the shame and make it much harder for them. Shame on yourself!

I don't get it why Christian authors brag with many "endorsements". A name of other "famous" Christians who write how good the book is. First, I am old enough to make my own judgement, second I understand that with a secular book, but when it comes to a Christian work, it certainly leaves a bitter taste for me. Like all they want is good sales. Sure, the would explain it away and point out how selfless those enhdorsements are... Get out of here. You want people to buy your book and try to get the big names to hail it. I am just thinking of the Christians of back then - like the doctors of the Church. None of them needed the praise of others. Their words and deeds spoke for themselves - or better: for Him. Because finally, it should not be about those authors, but about Jesus.


The only reason why people don't find freedom from same-sex attractions is because they don't believe it can be done!

HA: New Homepage!

Homosexuals Anonymous has a new homepage:


Is Change Possible?

To make it very clear: Yes, the Jason ministry definitely believes that change is possible. We believe in God and His power to change our hearts and minds.

Matthew 19:26 King James Version (KJV):

"26 But Jesus beheld them, and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible."

"Whoever says that a person with SSA cannot change does not know my God."

Pastor Paul

Oceania and Africa

Thanks to the outstanding service and commitment of Pastor Paul, we were able to expand our ministry in Oceania, Africa and Asia. For more information please click here.

Was ist das eigentlich, "Homosexualitaet"?

Kurz gesagt, die Tatsache, dass sich jemand überwiegend und über einen längeren Zeitraum hinweg in sexueller und/oder emotionaler Hinsicht zum eigenen Geschlecht hingezogen fühlt. Wir bevorzugen aber den Begriff "gleichgeschlechtliche Neigungen". Zum einen ist der Begriff "Homosexualität" (als eigenständige Form der Sexualität) noch gar nicht so alt. In klinischer Hinsicht konzentriert er sich vor allem auf die sexuelle Anziehung, was jedoch zu kurz gegriffen ist, da man hier die emotionale Zuneigung außer Acht lässt. Zum anderen sind wir als Christen der Überzeugung, dass es nur eine Gott-gegebene Form der Sexualität gibt - und das ist die Heterosexualität. Ja, es gibt Menschen, die - aus welchen Gründen auch immer (und seien sie "genetisch") - gleichgeschlechtlich empfinden, wir sehen dies aber nicht als eine eigenständige Identität, sondern als Teil der Heterosexualität an. Dies bedeutet keine Abwertung von Menschen mit gleichgeschlechtlichen Neigungen oder eine Minder-Bewertung unseres Empfindens - ganz im Gegenteil. Wir sehen uns als Teil von etwas, das größer ist als wir (Gottes heterosexuelle Schöpfung) und sind weder besser noch schlechter als andere Menschen noch sehen wir uns als etwas Besonderes an und blicken auch nicht auf die herab, die ihre gleichgeschlechtlichen Neigungen ausleben. Auch konzentriert sich unser Leben nicht auf unser sexuelles und/oder emotionales Empfinden, sondern auf den, dem wir nachfolgen und der uns eine teuer erkaufte Freiheit geschenkt hat, damit auch wir frei sein können: Jesus Christus.

Homosexuals Anonymous

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Dr. med. R. Febres Landauro



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Douglas McIntyre, Co-Founder of HA

What is Homosexuality?

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The 14 Steps

1. We admitted that we were powerless over our homosexuality and that our emotional lives were unmanageable.

2. We came to believe the love of God, who forgave us and accepted us in spite of all that we are and have done.

3. We learned to see purpose in our suffering, that our failed lives were under God's control, who is able to bring good out of trouble.

4. We came to believe that God had already broken the power of homosexuality and that He could therefore restore our true personhood.

5. We came to perceive that we had accepted a lie about ourselves, an illusion that had trapped us in a false identity.

6. We learned to claim our true reality that as humankind, we are part of God's heterosexual creation and that God calls us to rediscover that identity in Him through Jesus Christ, as our faith perceives Him.

7. We resolved to entrust our lives to our loving God and to live by faith, praising Him for our new unseen identity, confident that it would become visible to us in God's good time.

8. As forgiven people free from condemnation, we made a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves, determined to root out fear, hidden hostility, and contempt for the world.

9. We admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs and humbly asked God to remove our defects of character.

10. We willingly made direct amends wherever wise and possible to all people we had harmed.

11. We determined to live no longer in fear of the world, believing that God's victorious control turns all that is against us into our favor, bringing advantage out of sorrow and order from disaster.

12. We determined to mature in our relationships with men and women, learning the meaning of a partnership of equals, seeking neither dominance over people nor servile dependency on them.

13. We sought through confident praying, and the wisdom of Scripture for an ongoing growth in our relationship with God and a humble acceptance of His guidance for our lives.

14. Having had a spiritual awakening, we tried to carry this message to homosexual people with a love that demands nothing and to practice these steps in all our lives' activities, as far as lies within us.

While the Homosexuals Anonymous Fellowship was inspired by the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, they are not really an adaptation. Rather, they were created specifically for this Fellowship, and should not be construed otherwise. AA, which is a program concerned only with recovery from alcoholism, and is not in any way affiliated with this Fellowship.

Homosexuals Anonymous


If you were a Facebook member, and if you received a message to accept Jesus as your friend, would you?

If you received Him as a friend and you had the opportunity to say Like Him, would you share Him with your friends?

If He shared some awesome messages on Facebook with you, that could save lives, would you tell your other Facebook friends?

If Jesus asked you to tell your Facebook friends about Him, would you be to ashamed to do so?

If Jesus came to your door today, would you let Him in?

If Jesus walked into your door, would you let Him be your friend?

If Jesus shared a life altering message with you, that could save lives, would you tell your friends?

If you had the opportunity to tell others about Him, would you be too ashamed to do so?

If Jesus allows you a glimpse of Heaven, would He be ashamed of you?

If Jesus opened the door for you to see the Father, would He be your friend?

If Jesus asked the Father to be your friend, would He be ashamed of you?




Homosexuals Anonymous

Homosexuals Anonymous Fellowship Services



Homosexuals Anonymous is an international organization dedicated to serving the recovery needs of men and women who struggle with unwanted same sex attraction.

This fellowship of men and women, who through their common spiritual, intellectual and emotional experiences have chosen to help each other live in freedom from homosexuality.

Welcome to our website

If you are a person who struggles with unwanted same sex attraction, you are not alone Homosexuals Anonymous and many other related ministries, counselors and therapists provide valuable resources that can be of great use to you.

Remember always that while no one chooses to have same sex attraction, many do choose to diminish and eliminate those feelings of attraction. All people have the right to self determination, the right to choose for themselves the aspects that comprise their identity. Through HA, you will meet many people who see their identity as being rooted in their faith and not in their unwanted desires and behaviors.

If you are a parent, relative or friend of someone who struggles with unwanted same sex attraction, you can find helpful resources they will appreciate.

If you are a parent, friend or relative of someone who embraces and lives a gay lifestyle, you can find support, encouragement and hope in the material you will find available to you in website. If you are interested in online support groups or forming a local parents support group, please contact us and let us know how we can serve you.

If you are a minister, counselor or therapist looking for a support group and other resources to serve the needs of a counselee wanting freedom from homosexuality, then please read through our website. In your exploration you will learn who we are and how we can help you.

New Book by Dr. Douglas McIntyre!

Broken Chains: A journey of recovery from ssa, anger, addiction and child abuse

Dr. Douglas E. McIntyre (Author)

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Language: English

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Seek Me!

Jeremiah 29:13

King James Version (KJV)

"And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart."


My King

Funny thing, if I remember correctly there once used to be a rabbi who did not have any business plan for church mega-growth. No publicity department. No homepage. No emails. No money. Even those He chose as followers were - theologically speaking - illiterates. A handful of dudes, and one even was a bum.

What was He thinking?

When He preached, He used words that drove people away from Him. He couldn't care less. He even asked the remaining rest if they wanted to leave, too. No political correctness here.

Again: What was He thinking?

He could have used other means. He could have been the kind of leader that people back then (and today?) were waiting for. The mighty warlord. The knight in shining armour. The one that kicks some .... and throws those Romans out.

Yes, He could have. He had all the power to do that - and more than that. And what did He do? He dealt with the lowest of the lowest and humbled Himself to their level. He loved people in a way unknown before. With a love that asked for nothing and gave everything. With a love that puts us to shame even today.

He did not fulfill people's expectations. He did not give them what they wanted. He gave them what they truly needed. And to do so, He gave His utmost: He sacrificed Himself and gave His life so we can live. He came down on earth to become man so men could become sons of God. Dying on the cross like a criminal, He even prayed for those who helped nailing Him up there.

And what's worst: He even asked everything of His disciples. They were told to give - no: to sacrifice! - everything they have. To sell all of their possessions, give their money to the poor and follow Him without even looking back. They were even told to give their own lives!

I guess He would still be sort of out of place in some of the churches today.

If I remember correctly, His name was Jesus.

Anybody by chance remember Him?

He is the ruler of my life. He is the one I love and follow.

He is my king.

My saviour.


theWord Bible Software

I Have Decided to Follow Jesus

"I have decided to follow Jesus. Though no one joins me, still I will follow."

Assam, north-east India, who held on to Jesus when being told to recounce his faith by the village chief. His wife was killed and Assam as well - while he was singing these words: "The cross before me, the world behind me." His strong faith kept on shining: The village chief and others in the village converted afterwards. (see: Wikipedia)

Freedom from SSA


there are many professionals who are able to scientifically explain to you how to find freedom from same-sex attractions.

I am a simple man so I will try to tell you in simple terms.

Imagine a father who wants to teach his son how to ride a bike. He will not give him a lesson on the functioning of each single part, where it came from and what it is made of. Nor will he lecture on how the human body works and how the mind coordinates things. He loves his sonny and wants him to be able to ride that bike on his own.

Of course, he could let him continue to ride with additional wheels, but this is not what the father wants. Daddy knows that his son will likely fall a couple of times. There will be tears and some pain as well. But as a loving father he buys his son a bike and takes him out to teach him how to ride.

Now the son does not expect a big lesson or a manual to start with. Yes, he might be somewhat scared as he does not know what to expect and how to handle this bike without additional wheels that keep it stable. But he knows that he can fully trust his father. He loves his daddy more than anything - and daddy loves him. So he takes a courageous first step and lets daddy show him how to do it.

Daddy will fist be there all the time to hold his son while he rides. However, step by step he will let him run a little bit on his own.

Sonny will ride this first bits all shaky and insecure, but then again he trusts his daddy, so he manages to do it - sort of.

Sometimes he will fall and have his knee scratched. Tears will roll down his cheek, but daddy will hold him im his arms and encourage him to take another effort.

Day by day little sonny will drive a little longer all by himself, until he finally manages to ride that bike completely alone. Daddy will be so proud of his son and his son will come running into his arms, thanking his beloved daddy for keeping his promise to be there all the time when things were getting rough on him. Daddy told him that he will ride that bike and all his little son had to do is to trust him just enough that he goes for it.

Sometimes all that keeps us from succeeding is the lack of belief that it can be done.


Janelle Hallman

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