Ex-Gay
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Ex-Gay

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by Thomas Godwin
     
 
What if gays could turn straight in two hours?

In Ex-Gay, a doctor discovers an outpatient medical procedure that cures homosexuality. The first Ex-Gay, one of the doctor's patients, is a blind accident. Dr. Thornton manages to reconstruct how it happened and finds that he can replicate it on demand. This fast, easy, safe, and inexpensive procedure takes root

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What if gays could turn straight in two hours?

In Ex-Gay, a doctor discovers an outpatient medical procedure that cures homosexuality. The first Ex-Gay, one of the doctor's patients, is a blind accident. Dr. Thornton manages to reconstruct how it happened and finds that he can replicate it on demand. This fast, easy, safe, and inexpensive procedure takes root in one neighborhood community and quickly blossoms, spreading its tendrils to eventually encompass the globe. What happens then turns out to be the shocking, unexpected outcome of the century, in the course of which Dr. Thornton is able to achieve for himself every straight man's most deeply hidden (and cherished) sex fantasy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780595440245
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/07/2007
Pages:
328
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

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Ex-Gay 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Author examines socio-ethnic and geopolitical attitudes toward the gay and lesbian communities. He fictionally describes homosexuality as an easy cure found serendipituously by a psychiatrist who gains handsomly by selling his Treatment to a Government whose Society abhor and is ashamed of Gays. The book is well written, full of poignant humor that maintains your interest and wants you to keep on reading further. Also, many passages of poetic prose make this book enjoyable reading. Ironically, the gay and lesbian communities end up saving humanity. The literary merits surpasses whatever objections anyone may have to this particular subject. I highly recommend this book.