Exodus International is closing up shop saying, "Sorry, guys, we goofed. We know you gay guys can't change after all. Our mistake!"
Well, deep-seated disorders are certainly difficult to change. Ask anybody who is tempted to any disordered behavior. Does an alcoholic ever lose the desire to drink? Does an ex-addict never desire one more fix?
But, if you believe the testimony of men who claim to have changed...well, it is not impossible although the temptations may never disappear completely. After all, moral living happens one decision at a time, one overcome temptation at a time.
Check out the witness of men who say they left the gay lifestyle behind. The founder of Exodus International, Alan Medinger, who died in 2010 was one of them. I wonder what he thinks of the organization he founded caving in to the politically correct mantra that same-sex attracted people can never change.