Covering: The Hidden Assault On Our Civil Rights - Part One

Part One

Part One deals with the “conversion,” “passing” and “covering” of homosexuality.

"If conversion divides ex-gays from gays, and passing divides closeted gays from out gays, covering divides normal from queers."

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