Conversion therapy has been debunked and discredited by research and science, and its use is universally rejected by medical and mental health professionals.
I’ve spent so much of my life trying to be like everyone else, I sometimes wonder who I really am or who I would have been if it were not for decades of rehearsing to be a different character.
What we see in other people is seldom as it appears, but what we see in ourselves may not be true either.
Legalizing same sex marriage didn’t make acceptance easier for many in the LGBT community. There is much more work to do.
For many religious parents, finding out their child is gay represents anything from a personal failing to a dream slipping out of their grasp.
Meet the concern trolls. Actually, you probably already know them. They look like allies, but their agenda is anything but friendly. And this on one of their “causes”.
Former ex-gay ministers work to keep others from falling prey to the gay conversion machine.
These surprising, but simple truths are often missing in the discussion about conversion therapy.
The term “ex-gay” has become a political missile from right wing politics. What are they trying to say?
Getting honest and facing reality is a heart wrenching and difficult decision.
We welcome President Obama’s statement and stand with him in opposition to reparative therapy for minors, and call on everyone, regardless of political affiliation, to stand with us and put an end, once and for all, to this practice.
A former “ex-gay” movement leader rips up the argument against laws that ban therapists from trying to convert LGBT kids.
SB988 would have stopped reparative therapy for minors in Virgina.
The church dictates the norm for identity and sexuality while upholding the norm to the point of abuse.
Does our right to religious freedom include the endangerment of our LGBT youth?
Conversion therapy isn’t health care. It’s abuse. Miri Mogilevsky on the tragic death of Leelah Alcorn, and what we need to do to save our kids.