A Very Homo No Mo Christmas

Homo Nomo Halfway HouseHere is a blast from the past. In the 90’s I was deeply entrenched in the ex-gay movement in a futile attempt to de-gay myself. Two of those years I endured the Love in Action residential ex-gay program in Memphis, TN. There were plenty of weird experiences in a home jammed with gay dudes trying to straighten out their gayness together. We affectionately called this gay-to-straight boot camp, the Homo No Mo Halfway House.

Here is a true story about my first Christmas in the Homo No Mo Halfway House. So many bizarre rules and wacky responses from the staff. See for yourself what happens behind the doors of the world’s most ridiculous gay rehab.


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  1. Christina on December 24, 2015 at 8:56 pm

    Peterson, Merry Christmas to you firstly. I read as much of your posts and your videos as I can. This last one about your memory of the Homo No Mo Half Way House once again just angers me so much. It is wonderful that you are an activist against gay correction clinics. Just wanted to say that I listen and am a huge supporter. Love, Peace and Happiness to you. Christina (an Atlanta Quaker and mother of two teenage boys that think gay is OK)

  2. Peterson Toscano on January 13, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    Thank you so much for listening and commenting. It means a lot to me. Like everyone I grow weary, and a comment like yours give me a real boost.

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