Undercover at a Christian Gay-to-Straight Conversion Camp


Thu, Dec 16th, 2010 12:00 by capnasty NEWS

"It was the first night of 'Journey into Manhood,' or JiM, a 48-hour weekend retreat designed to help gay men become straight. In that room, about fifty men -- some 30 'Journeyers' and 15 staff members -- sat on the carpeted floor of a ranch lodge two hours outside of Phoenix, Arizona. Most of the men, except for a few of the staff members, struggled to overcome their attraction to other men. Sometime during all that holding and touching and singing, while I was cradled in the Motorcycle position, I felt it: the unmistakable bulge pressing through his tight jeans. It was the first time in my life I had a felt another man's erection."



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