Lots of people want to know about my time in the Love in Action Homo No Mo Halfway House. Just today I spoke to a journalist who had lots of questions about the program, the “treatments”, rules, etc. Recently for a Pink News article I shared in detail about some of what happens behind the doors of one of these ex-gay camps.
One question I do not often get, but perhaps is as important or more important is What does it feel like to be in an ex-gay residential program? Ah, well, so many feelings, a true roller coaster of feeling. In the following video I juxtapose the musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat (performed by fellow Love in Action alum Bob Painter) with how it feels to be in the Homo No Mo Halfway House.