Spotlight on Collusion: the BBC and the Royal College of Psychiatrists
Advocacy versus Enquiry Journalism: why does the legacy media ignore the existence of the formerly gay and the de-transitioners? This clip examines the duplicity of the Royal College of Psychiatrists' submissions to the Church of England (2007) and to the Pilling Commission (201s)
Mike Davidson Speaks to the BBC 1 (NI) Spotlight Programme
This is the best example of advocacy journalism I have seen on the BBC of late. Nevertheless I am thankful for the privilege of engaging with them.
UK to Ban Adults From Choosing Their Sexuality
About half of US states prohibit therapists from treating minors in order to reduce same-sex attractions. California tried but failed to extend the ban to adults. The UK is now set to do just that. Mike Davidson is CEO of Core Issues Trust in the UK. He is fighting to oppose that ban. He says the LGBT community is like a cult in which no one is permitted to leave.
Core Issues Trust responds to BBC News Report on 'conversion therapy'
Concerns have been raised about the mis-representation of Core Issues Trust following comments made on a BBC programme Monday 10 August 2020.
Paul Brand ITV News talks to Mike Davidson
ITVs Political correspondent and gay activist Paul Brand shares one man s journey towards gay affirmation with Mike Davidson. Mike explains that people must have choices - and that denying people professional support is unjust.
Paul Brand ITV News interviews Mike Davidson CIT on therapeutic choice
ITVs Political correspondent and gay activist Paul Brand shares one man's journey towards gay affirmation with Mike Davidson. Mike explains that ITV s (UK) Political correspondent and gay activist Paul Brand shares one man's journey towards gay affirmation with Mike Davidson.
The CIT team present a Statement from Core Issues Trust : "Responding to Harassment"
Following a period of significant harassment on social media between June 28 - July 3, the Core Issues Trust team come together to discuss what has been happening. They do so in the hope that genuine dialogue will develop between interested LGBT members and the ex-gay - and trans - community, we offer this discussion. Essentially the discussion is about viewpoint- discrimination largely facilitated by the traditional media that refuses to ensure fairness in reporting and coverage.
Why cant't Ex-gay persons get help for their unwanted feelings?
The rights and freedoms of people to move towards opposite-sex attractions are being denied while the right to affirm same-sex attractions are becoming manditory.
Changed by Love Grace without borders
Core Issues Trust recently supported two churches in Surrey who were concerned to share the love of Christ during "Pride in Surrey", an LGBT event held in Woking. This is a video report of the event.