Gabbard taking heat over past anti-gay comments Back inApple came under fire for allowing an app from Exodus International, the now-defunct Play store which encouraged gay people to go through conversion organization for conversion therapy ministries. But while Apple reacted "swiftly" to kick the app from its store, Google has been dragging its feet, Truth Wins Out says.
After Apple took down the ministry's app, one of the church's members penned an open letter to Tim Cook in defense of the ministry. Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice. The app has been available in Google's Play Store sinceand has been downloaded more than 1, times, the app store data shows.
Last year Facebook was criticised for allowing advertisers to target young LGBT people with "predatory" gay cure adverts on its site through micro-targeting.
More On Google. The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment. An online petition calling on Google to remove the app has received almost 40, signatures since it surfaced a week ago on Change. Gabbard was 17 at the time of the vote and cited working with her father and Play store which encouraged gay people to go through conversion organization during her run for the state legislature in Hawaii four years later when she was age It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.
Google is resisting pressure to remove what appears to be a "conversion therapy" app for gay people from the Google Play store after Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft all banned the service. Truth Wins Out TWOan organization that campaigns against conversion therapy, launched a petition against the app last week.
Visit our adblocking instructions page. Google is being criticized for allowing an app on its Google Play Store that promotes the controversial practice of gay conversion therapy. For people who choose to love or marry someone -- whether they be of the same gender or not, that respect, and that freedom for every woman to be able to make her own choice about her body and her family and her future.
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It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification. He was also the director of Stop Promoting Homosexuality and also served on the steering committees of the National Campaign to Protect Marriage and the Hawaii-based coalition, Save Traditional Marriage. Gabbard taking heat over past anti-gay comments The app, created by US Christian group Living Hope Ministries, advises young lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender teenagers and adults to become heterosexual through prayer and therapy.
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