Conversion Therapy: Last News

Netflix’s ‘Pray Away’ examines the ex-LGBTQ movement through survivors and former leaders

conversion therapy, the so-called ex-gay movement is very much alive and thriving.

Whether fueled by religion, politics, or pseudo-psychology, the movement’s belief system — which teaches people that being gay, bi, trans, or gender-nonconforming is a sin or sickness, a faulty trait to be eradicated through piety and prayer, or by clinical intervention — persists, and persistently causes irrevocable harm in the lives of the most vulnerable.“We know that nearly 700,000 people have gone through

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Conversion Therapy: Main News

conversion therapy, the so-called ex-gay movement is very much alive and thriving.
Liberty University, an evangelical institution in the state of Virginia, faces turmoil after former students filed a lawsuit against the US Board of Education for allowing so-called conversion therapy and other discriminatory practices against LGBTQI+ individuals to occur in schools receiving public funding.One of the plaintiffs is Lucas Wilson, who for four years underwent Liberty University’s so-called gender conversion therapy.

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