New research documents the severity of LGBTQA+ conversion practices — and why faith matters in recovery

Timothy Jones, Jennifer Power, Tiffany Jones

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Abstract

New research reveals the harms of religion-based LGBTQA+ conversion practices are more severe than previously thought. People who have been harmed by attempts to change or suppress their sexuality or gender identity are often left with chronic, complex trauma and face a long journey of recovery.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationThe Conversation
Publication statusPublished - 7 Apr 2021

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Keywords

  • sexuality
  • gender
  • religion
  • faith
  • atheism
  • conversion
  • therapy
  • health
  • psychology
  • research

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