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Banned: Ex-Gay Books

Most public school libraries feature an array of books that address the subject of homosexuality, including some with sexually explicit content and graphic images. But books about "reversing" homosexuality are generally barred by schools. Here are a few of the more controversial tomes that have trouble finding homes.

'My Genes Made Me Do It!'

Neil E. Whitehead's "My Genes Made Me Do It: A Scientific Look at Sexual Orientation," which argues that sexuality is shaped by a variety of factors, not just biological ones, can't get a spot on the school library shelf.

Huntington House Publishers

'This Side of Jordan'

"This Side of Jordan," published by Company Publications, is an ex-gay mystery novel by Bill Kassel.

Company Publications

'Gay Children, Straight Parents'

A book for parents with homosexual kids, Richard A. Cohen's "Gay Children, Straight Parents" was published by the International Healing Foundation.

International Healing Foundation

'You Don't Have to Be Gay'

Jeff Konrad's "You Don't Have to Be Gay," which was published by the Pacific Pub House.

Pacific Pub House

'A Parent's Guide to Preventing Homosexuality'

"A Parent's Guide to Preventing Homosexuality," by Joseph and Linda Ames Nicolosi, has been refused for placement in school libraries.

InterVarsity Press

Banned: Ex-Gay Books

Most public school libraries feature an array of books that address the subject of homosexuality, including some with sexually explicit content and graphic images. But books about "reversing" homosexuality are generally barred by schools. Here are a few of the more controversial tomes that have trouble finding homes.

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