ANGEL COLON

I had been wanting to pursue change for quite some time before the tragedy at Pulse happened. I can now say I know what true happiness is, what true love is, and most importantly, what true peace is.

JOSHUA BUCHANAN

I no longer identify as gay, and none of the drug and alcohol use is part of my life. I am healthier and more fulfilled than ever before.

EDWARD BYRD

I learned that I had built my life on so many fabrications, and I had to deconstruct the false realities to discover my true identity. I am a whole new person inside and out.

DEBBIE RARICK

During the years I felt like a man trapped in a woman’s body, my heart was closed and isolated. But now, I realize I truly am a woman. I no longer am sexually attracted to other women.

CALEB BOGGAN

The gay identity I once explored had only limited my ability to fully express myself. Now I feel comfortable in who I am as a man.

MACKY DIAZ

I no longer struggle with the needy feeling that drove me into relationships with men and women. I am happy and whole.

LUIS RUIZ

I now have a reconciled relationship with my family and the privilege of helping others know that change is possible.

JEFF JOHNSTON

I started seeing a Christian counselor, attended conferences and found some books. These were all very instrumental in bringing about change and healing in my life.

DAVID RIVERA

I received a lot of encouragement from a documentary that tells stories of individuals who worked through unwanted same-sex attraction.

APRIL LOCKHART

I watched personal testimonies on YouTube of many other ex-gays who talked about their journey.  If they had found genuine transformation, then I could too.

KATHYGRACE DUNCAN

My life is very full now. I've been out of the lifestyle for 25 years. When I think back to those years of living as a man, it feels like a whole other world.