Beginning at 10-years-old, Leeronnie suffered abuse for eight years at the hand of Red Sox clubhouse manager Donald Fitzpatrick.
Alan Chambers recently changed his position on anti-gay, reparative therapy.
Leeronnie and Kristen are both committed to preventing the abuse of children and work hard to spread awareness in their communities.
After discovering polyamory awareness website Loving More in the 1990s, Robyn found comfort and support from a community she felt she was meant to be a part of.
In a community of single parent families, Terry Carney is more than just a dad.
Christian was a young man featured in the original "Pray the Gay Away?" episodes. After at one point announcing that he had become successfully "ex-gay" by following the teachings of Exodus, Christian retreated from the world, throwing himself even deeper into a strict Christian lifestyle and abandoning elements of his own free-spirited personality that made him the person that he was. At the last minute, Our America producers flew Christian out to attend the confrontation and apology reading meeting with Michael Bussee and Alan Chambers. After sitting quietly without saying one word during the entire meeting, it is finally Christian's turn to speak up. Hear what he has to say in a revealing interview with Lisa Ling.
Christine left a life of homosexuality as it was incompatible with her faith.
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Sherrie must prepare for her father's execution scheduled in just a few days.
Lisa Ling brings her insight and perspective to this season of Our America.
Mike and Darla go to NYC in an attempt to regain custody of their young son.
Between conservative Christian churches and out-of-the-closet activists, one woman is stuck in the middle. Julie, a celibate "former lesbian" and Exodus International's youngest new star, felt she had to make a choice to either be gay, or to be Christian. While Julie found solace in Exodus International, she has also found that her overall sexual orientation has not changed and has thus adopted the choice to be single and celibate.
Lisa visits a trailer park community that houses sex offenders.
Alan Chambers, current president of Exodus International, talks to Lisa Ling about his journey as the leader of the world's largest ex-gay ministry, and why he has decided to come forward and apologize to the very people that his ministry has damaged. Hear the evolution of Alan's philosophy, and what he deems is the next step.
Lisa Ling goes beyond to explore the real world of BDSM.
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