The Right to Decide: Seeking justice for choices around unwanted same-sex attractions.
Most of the stories in this book demonstrate the major and profound influence of faith on behaviour. Yet what matters here is not the issue of faith, but the individual’s right to choose how they want to live. If people decide on the basis of faith to devote their lives to helping the socially deprived, society says that is good, and honours them. Yet if they voice a similar faith based conviction as regards their sexuality and preferred lifestyle, they find themselves condemned.
Beyond Critique: The Misuse of Science by UK Professional Mental Health Bodies (1st Edition)
“It is high time that a well-informed critique such as this was taken more seriously. Creeping ideology over the last few decades has produced adherence by professional bodies to largely unexamined ethical positions, astonishingly oppressive to some of their members and destructive to the lives of many clients.” Neil Whitehead, PhD.