|Yes, a straight man picked this jacket |
in 2009 to wear for a press release
|Now, I can gag at adds like this. |
I can come out of the closes as an ex-gay ad gagger.
- I was afraid to share (my homosexual feelings) as readily and easily as I do today. They brought me tremendous shame, and I hid them in the hopes they would go away. ...The days of feeling shame over being human in "that way" are long over, and I feel free simply accepting myself as my wife and family does."
- Saying he was "deeply sorry" to the LGBT community, Chambers said he understood "why I am distrusted and why Exodus is hated." However, he also said that he wouldn't apologize for his personal beliefs against same-sex intercourse and same-sex marriage.