Exodus International

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    June 20, 2013

    Exodus International, Anti-Gay Group, No Longer in the Business of Trying to "Cure" Gays

    Remember that anti-gay group that ticked off gays two years ago when it tried to "cure gays" with its short-lived iPhone app? Well, you won't be hearing from them again. Exodus International, a religious group created by "ex-gays" to help people overcome same-sex attractions, announced that it is ... More >>

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    April 27, 2011

    Google Pulls Dog Wars App

    Google: a fight not worth having​Yesterday, SF Weekly recounted the national uproar over a new Android game "Dog Wars," which even Michael Vick said is training ground for dogfighters. Apparently, Google felt the heavy pressure and yesterday announced it would remove the app from its online store. ... More >>

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    March 23, 2011

    Apple Dumps Controversial 'Gay-Cure' App

    Apple's newest position​Apple on Wednesday quietly removed the controversial "gay-cure" app created by a religious group with the goal of helping people resist their unwanted homosexual desires. Media outlets are reporting that while the company has not made any comments, the iPhone app is no long ... More >>

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    March 22, 2011

    Apple Blasted by Gay Groups Opposing New 'Gay-Cure' App, Petition Circulated

    even ex-gays are gay ​Oh, they are pissed. Gay advocacy groups have circulated an online petition, demanding that Apple get rid of the "offensive and mean-spirited" iPhone app created to strip away "unwanted" homosexual desires among its users. Truth Wins Out, a gay rights group, has already colle ... More >>

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    March 22, 2011

    Apple Asked to Scrap Apps That Help Users Evade DUI Checkpoints

    What does your app tell you?​Earlier today, SF Weekly told readers about the controversial gay-cure app that's put Apple at the center of an uncomfortable high-tech debate about religion and gays. Now, U.S. lawmakers are challenging the company to scrap another iPhone app -- one that alerts users ... More >>

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