The New York Times has a fascinating report about a man paying a visit to his long lost ex-gay friend. The ex-gay friend is Michael Glatze, a former homosexual who has converted to Christianity. The author is Benoit Denizet-Lewis, and he writes:
“One Saturday afternoon last winter, I drove north on Route 85 through the rolling rangeland of southeastern Wyoming. I was headed to a small town north of Cheyenne to see an old friend and colleague named Michael Glatze. We worked together 12 years ago at XY, a San Francisco-based national magazine for young gay men, back when we were young gay men ourselvesâ€¦ Michael was fast becoming the leading voice for gay youth until the day, in July 2007, when he announced that he was no longer gay.”
The story goes on to tell what happened during their meeting, and it is a fascinating read. Read the rest here.