“Ex-Gay” Awareness Month returns for a second year in October.

The October 3-4 event to take place at a yet-to-be disclosed location in Washington, D.C. will feature Christian conservatives Alan Keyes, Sandy Rios, Matt Barber and Peter Sprigg.

Also scheduled to appear are "ex-gay" activists Greg Quinlan of Parents and Friends of Gays and Ex-Gays (PFOX) and Christopher Doyle of Voice of the Voiceless.

Fewer than 10 people attended last year's event, which took place on the steps of the Supreme Court, where activists called on the justices to protect supposedly former gays, or “ex-gays.”

“I have suffered more discrimination and intolerance as an 'ex-gay' than I did when I was actually in the lifestyle,” said Grace Harley of Jesus is the Answer Ministry. “Many 'ex-gays' are afraid to come out of the closet because of the harassment we receive.”

A screening of Sing Over Me, a documentary about Dennis Jernigan's “lifelong struggle with homosexuality,” will take place during the 2-day event. And Jernigan will receive the Courage Award for Former Homosexuals.