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California's ban on the use of conversion therapy on LGBT youth will not be challenged or overturned
Jacob Rudolph, GLAAD's Communications and Public Relations Intern and a young LGBT advocate who has already inspired many, gave an empowering speech in front of thousands of people at the NYC Pride Rally to kick off the weekend's pride festivities.
The National Center for Lesbian Rights new #BornPerfect campaign aims at ending the dangerous practice of "conversion therapy" for youth in the next five years.
Gov. Rick Perry (R-TX) appeared on CNBC this morning and responded to his recent comparison of gay people to alcoholics. In the process, the former presidential candidate made everything worse by making inaccurage claims about the LGBT community, and also by creeping me out.
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New York Senate holds a public forum on legislation barring so-called "ex-gay therapy" for minors.
Legislation that would ban so-called "ex-gay" therapy failed to pass in the Minnesota Legislature.
The state of Washington is in the process of banning so-called 'gay cure conversion therapy.' This past January the bill was introduced to the Washington State Legislature.
Instead of creating new legislation that explicitly bans the practice one state at a time, Jacob M. Victor, a law student at Yale, suggested we try a different approach---making use of laws that are already in place.
Alec Fischer, a 20-year-old student at the University of Minnesota, is leading the movement to have the discredited practice of "ex-gay" (also known as "conversion" or "reparative") therapy for minors banned in his state. With help from Representative Karen Clark and more than 80,000 supporters, Alec's vision is on its way to becoming law.