This week, BuzzFeed exposed therapists who attempt to “cure” gay people. Read that and other stories from The Toast, The New Yorker, Salon, and more.
“We agree with the District Court that [the law] does not violate Plaintiffs’ right to free exercise of religion, as it is a neutral and generally applicable law that is rationally related to a legitimate government interest.” Update: An attorney for those challenging the ban said he plans to ask the Supreme Court to hear an appeal of the case.
“We all got together and said it’s time to produce a statement that is not a statement of apology, but a statement on our beliefs on how conversion therapy harms people.”
Coming out is a uniquely challenging experience for anyone, but especially when your father literally wrote the book on gay conversion therapy — and dedicated it to you and your sister.