'Psychology Today' Reverses Gay Therapy Stance
The magazine and website Psychology Today has reversed its position and will not allow therapists to place ads offering to help people grappling with same-sex attraction, according to news reports.
The Human Rights Campaign, a gay rights group, first pressed Psychology Today to drop the ads in February.
Charles Frank, who runs the organization's Directory of Therapists, originally told The Huffington Post that while the magazine was not a "fan" of so-called conversion therapy that "the Therapy Directory cannot pick winners."
CBN News' Heather Sells spoke with Efrem Graham about the change and the political debate over counseling and sexual orientation.