In 2005, a 16-year-old boy in Memphis, Tennessee came out to his parents as gay. When he learned his parents were going to send him to a conservative Christian “reparative therapy” center called Love in Action, Zach Stark reached out to friends and classmates via social media. What happened next surprised everyone. Filmmaker Morgan Jon Fox spent the next five years creating a documentary film This is What Love in Action Looks Like, just released on DVD, and Morgan joins us this week to talk about the making of this beautiful film. With a current legislative effort in California to outlaw ex-gay schemes geared toward minors in that state, and the World Health Organization joining other health authorities in condemning the practice, this documentary couldn’t have come at a better time. Click here for extended interview and transcript.