Yesterday, Exodus International, the evangelical organization, who infamously practiced the idea that gay people could change their sexual orientation, unanimously closed.
In an open letter to the LGBT community, president Alan Chambers issued an apology, "I am sorry I have communicated that you and your families are less than me and mine."
So what led to the group shutting its doors? And, what does it mean for gay Christians and gay rights?
Our friends at The Daily Beast dive deeper into the Exodus demise.
Read more about what happened to the ex-gay organization: Exodus Closes, Marking Official End of the Ex-Gay Movement
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