“I Do Exist,” is a new documentary whose purpose is to raise awareness and provoke discussion concerning the topic of changing one’s sexual identity, according to Warren Throckmorton, Ph.D., director of college counseling and an associate professor of psychology at Grove City College, Grove City, Pa.
Throckmorton says that Oct. 9-11, churches, colleges and schools all over the country will be showing this new documentary. Some are showing it in a public forum to the community and some as a means to educate and inspire their own people and make them aware of resources for assistance. Reproducible materials are available for those groups that use the documentary..
The launch coincides with Oct. 11, National Coming Out Day, when gay advocacy groups such as the Human Rights Campaign broadcast the message that the only healthy response to same sex attractions is to come out and identify as homosexual, he explains. The film, “I Do Exist,” gives the narratives of five people who have chosen a different path, one that involved profound, personal transformations.
According to Throckmorton’s website, the film:
The documentary format is fast paced and will appeal to adults and teens, the website states.