We understand that journalists are often on deadline and are limited by article lengths. For this reason, we would like to provide a comprehensive description of PFOX. Please refer to the following description to concisely describe who we are:
“Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays (PFOX) is a national non-profit organization committed to helping ex-gays and parents and friends of gays who want help, hope and community.”
How should PFOX be described?
Founded in 1998, PFOX provides a voice for ex-gays and help for families of children with same-sex attraction. PFOX has a proud history of educating society about sexual orientation and eliminating negative perceptions of ex-gays and those trying to overcome same-sex attraction.
What does PFOX do?
PFOX exists to educate, support, and advocate for individuals and parents on the issue of same-sex attraction, and increase public understanding and acceptance of the ex-gay community.
PFOX strives to end discrimination against ex-gays – the thousands of real people who have made a decision to change their lives – while simultaneously offering help and support to the parents and friends of loved ones dealing with same-sex attraction.
Mark Culligan Shares Journey of Exit from Homosexual Lifestyle as Speaker for PFOX’s Safe Exit Program Which Equips Churches to Help Those Struggling with Unwanted Same-Sex Attractions and Gender Confusion
A husband-and-wife team who found healing, restoration and, ultimately, a “safe exit” from their same-sex attraction is dedicated to helping others do the same.
Garry and Melissa Ingraham are two of the speakers who have committed to working with the new Safe Exit program geared toward churches and offered by Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays (PFOX, www.PFOX.org), the nation’s leading advocacy organization that offers love and support to families and friends of individuals with unwanted same-sex attractions and also supports the ex-gay community.