Anne Paulk, the wife of fallen “ex-gay” John Paulk, won't discuss her “personal struggle” in her marriage.

Last month, John, once one of the most visible spokespeople of the “ex-gay” movement, renounced the therapy and said that he's still gay.

John appeared on the cover of Newsweek in 1998 under the headline Gay for Life? Going Straight: The Uproar Over Sexual “Conversion.” In the article, he promoted the “ex-gay” ministry he founded, Love Won Out, and claimed that like himself and his wife Anne, people can and do alter their sexuality.

John's status in the movement diminished greatly in 2000 when Wayne Besen publicized spotting him at a gay bar in Washington D.C.

“Today, I do not consider myself 'ex-gay' and I no longer support or promote the movement,” John wrote in an open letter. “Please allow me to be clear: I do not believe that reparative therapy changes sexual orientation; in fact, it does great harm to many people.”

Anne appeared on Daystar's Joni Table Talk to promote the ex-gay ministry Restore Hope Network, all the while keeping quiet about her impending divorce and John's renunciation.

Anne told host Joni Lamb that according to her “study,” homosexuality is caused by sexual abuse.

“Sixty-six percent of [lesbian] women had incurred sexual abuse early on in their lives and astoundingly ninety percent of the girls who were leaving homosexuality had expressed that they had been a witness to sexual abuse or physical abuse or serious emotional abuse or any number of serious verbal abuse,” Anne said. (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

Lamb asked the audience to pray for Anne's marriage.

“Anne you're going through a personal struggle right now in your marriage and we don't have to get into the details of that,” Lamb said. “But I know those of you who that have watched me, you love this couple and you are believing for God's best for them.”