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A new app claims to offer a 60-day "gay cure" that will teach users how to finally find "freedom from the bondage of homosexuality." The app is from Setting Captives Free, a non-denominational ministry that purports to teach the biblical principles of freedom in Jesus Christ.Author: Cavan Sieczkowski. Mar 23, 2011 · The 'gay cure' iPhone app has been criticised by gay rights activists Apple appears to have pulled an iPhone and iPad app promising "freedom from homosexuality through the power of Jesus" after coming under fire from gay rights activists. More than Author: Dominic Rushe.

Apple has removed a controversial iPhone app from its App Store by a religious group determined to "cure" homosexuality -- after 146,000 outraged people signed a petition decrying it. The offending app by religious group Exodus International-- which aims to "help" gay individuals through the Bible's Author: Jeremy Kaplan. Jan 11, 2018 · Gay conversion therapy: One man's attempt to pray his gay away - The Feed - Duration: 7:15. The Feed 66,348 views.

Mar 28, 2019 · Google was suspended from a LGBT equality index for refusing to remove a 'gay cure' app. Human Rights Campaign removed the tech giant . Jun 05, 2013 · Apple Drops 'Gay Cure' App From Store, Google Keeps It Despite Petition. Its App Developer Guidelines don't mention "objectionable content" as Apple's does. Google does have a strict ban, though, on sexually explicit material, bullying and hate speech. Earlier this week, Google banned a pornography app for Google Glass.Author: JOANNA STERN.