Christopher Doyle

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Christopher Doyle is a former homosexual and Co-Founder and Acting Director of the Voice of the Voiceless organization that seeks legal protection against discrimination of people who left the homosexual lifestyle.[1] He is also a licensed professional counselor, leader in the #TherapyEquality movement, and co-coordinator of the National Task Force for Therapy Equality.[2] Doyle maintains that people are not born gay and from that implies that change of homosexual lifestyle is possible. He considers himself, while living with a wife and three children, to be a living proof of that. [3]

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  1. Heather Sells (2 Aug 2013). Ex Gays Show Pride, Seek Equal Protection under Law. CBN News. Retrieved on 17 Jul 2017. “***What kind of legal protection are ex-gays seeking? Christopher Doyle, co-founder and president of Voice of the Voiceless, answered this and more on CBN Newswatch, July 31.”
  2. Medical and Mental Health Professionals File Groundbreaking Joint Complaint Against Gay Activists with the Federal Trade Commission. Voice of the voiceless (2 May 2017). Retrieved on 17 Jul 2017.
  3. Voice of the Voiceless, Home. Voice of the Voiceless. Retrieved on 17 Jul 2017. “Embeded video from CBS News”