Robert Galbraith Heath was a mid-20th century psychiatrist who pioneered a range of unethical practices that would later become known as conversion therapy.
A national ex-gay ministry network has announced it will disband after facing the loss of its two most recent directors. The group, Hope for Wholeness, engaged in conversion therapy, said McKrae Game, the group's founder.
A new German law bans the pseudoscientific practice of 'gay conversion' for minors, with penalties of up to one year in jail and fines of $32,000
The bill was just one of many that has quickly moved through the legislature since the Democrats won a majority in both houses in November.
Responding to a parliamentary committee's failure to recommend a nationwide ban on conversion therapy, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern expressed concerns that such a ban could have consequences for religious freedom at a press conference Monday.
Introduced in 2017, the ban was overturned by ruling late last Friday by U.S. District Judge William Jung .
Church United founder James Domen claims his ministry "helps pastors counsel others that are on their own journey toward a heterosexual identity."
Angel Colon and Luis Javier Ruiz, both of whom survived the 2016 mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub, will be attending the rally, which celebrates "freedom from homosexual/transgender lifestyles by the grace and power of Jesus Christ."
The debunked practice is currently only banned for minors in 18 states, Puerto Rico and Washington, D.C., while adults can legally be offered the service in all states and jurisdictions.
"Dangerous and homophobic literature should be kept off the Amazon platform in the best interest of the safety of the public," Dr. Natasha Bhuyan told "Newsweek."
LGBT advocates are calling for the resignation of Rafi Peretz, appointed by prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu in June.
Luis Javier Ruiz claimed his relationship with Jesus enabled him to reverse his sexuality.
The New York queen speaks exclusively to Newsweek about undergoing gay "conversion therapy."
The Milton Hershey School in Pennsylvania is involved in court cases over its alleged treatment of two former students.
Hie wife and relatives signed him into the institution where he was later diagnosed with "sexual preference disorder"
This complaint wants government to police forms of consensual therapy on the basis of what a majority of experts believe.
A judge rules that the New Jersey nonprofit must cease operations within 30 days.
The state is the fifth U.S. jurisdiction to do so.
The potential 2016 GOP presidential candidate was noncommittal about the validity of reparative therapy for gay people