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Mike Davidson : Breakfast - BBC Radio Kent 20 October, 2017
In connection with this programme, BBC Kent Tweeted: "TV Doctor Dr Ranj has told breakfast gay conversion therapy is akin to psychological abuse; Should gay conversion therapy be banned?”...
Mike Davidson talks to Paul Ross on the TalkRadio Breakast programme.
A Christian couple have removed their child from a Church of England primary school pending legal review of the handling of another pupil’s request to be recognised as ‘transgender’. Nigel and Sally Rowe are being supported by the Christian Legal Centre. Mike Davidson spraks to Talk Radio.
Dermot O'Callaghan on "Transgender made Simple"
Speaking to BBC Radio Kent's Breakfast Programme, Dermot O'Callaghan raises important issues relating to the Government's "de-medicalisation" of "Transgender" - Gender Identity Disorder
Personal Accounts of Counselling Interventions for Unwanted Same-sex attractions
11 accounts from a range of current CIT clients wanting to leave homosexual practices and feelings.
Challenging the Stonewall General Election 2017 Manifesto
Understand the role of Stonewall in Gender mainstreaming in the UK
Mike Davidson comments on British Social Attitudes Survey and how some Christians now support homosexual expression in the church
For the first time, more than half of Anglicans now believe same-sex relationships are acceptable, according a new British Social Attitudes survey. The research found 55 per cent do not object to homosexual relationships, up from 31 per cent in 2012. It also found stances on abortion and sex before marriage have also softened in recent years. What impact does this have on society?