An article about a gay man in a relationship with another man that was published on the Australian Financial Press website has received a flood of negative attention.
The article, written by Dr. Ian Jones, was published online on March 25 and received widespread attention.
Dr. Jones wrote that he was in a gay relationship with a man who is a licensed psychologist, and that he did not have an affair with the man.
Dr Jones wrote in the article that he met the man on Facebook and then met up with him in his office.
Dr Stephen Jones, the man’s brother, told ABC News the article was “totally false”.
“The whole thing was completely fabricated,” Stephen Jones said.
“He’s just a complete lie.”
Dr Jones said he was not involved in the man and had not been involved in a romantic relationship with him.
“I’m not in a sexual relationship with anyone, I’m just a psychologist,” he said.
Stephen Jones was also concerned about the way the article portrayed him and his family.
“It’s a very negative article, and I just want to make sure that it doesn’t go any further in this world,” he told ABC radio.
“We don’t have to live with the fear of having our daughter exposed to this.”
The article was written by a man with a PhD from a Queensland university.
Dr Ian Jones said it was “a very negative” article Dr Jones was not the author of the article and did not know the man who wrote it.
“If he’s not the writer, he shouldn’t be writing a negative article about someone that doesn’t exist,” Dr Jones told ABC Radio.
The story is not the first time Dr Jones has received criticism for writing a positive article.
The psychologist was criticized in a 2013 article about the Ebola crisis in Africa, after he used the word “transsexual” to describe a gay male in a study.
The study was published in the journal Sex Roles, and was not funded by the National Health and Medical Research Council.
Dr Steve Jones, Stephen’s father, told the ABC the article had been written in bad faith.
“In the article he says he’s a transgender woman, but that’s not true.
The word transgender is not a derogatory term,” he says.
“The person in question is a psychologist.
It’s not a medical term.
It doesn’t mean that they’re transgender, it’s a term that refers to the person in a person’s identity.”
The National Health Research Council (NHRC) said it has since taken down the article.
“This piece of content was published by a third party and we have not yet determined its source,” a spokesperson said in a statement.
“However, it was published without our knowledge and without our consent.
While the NHRC does not support the use of such material, we take the safety and wellbeing of all participants very seriously.”