Do you believe homosexuality is a disease and can be cured?
Reparative therapy (also called conversion therapy and reorientation
therapy) refers to methods aimed at eliminating same-sex sexual desires.
People who say they have changed their sexual orientation are called ex-gays. The
medical and scientific consensus is that these methods are not effective and
are potentially harmful
The ethics and efficacy of "reparative therapy" are rejected by
all mainstream medical and mental health associations that have taken a
position on the topic. Their stance is that sexual orientation is unchangeable,
and that attempts to do so are often damaging to the person's well-being. The
American Psychiatric Association states that "ethical practitioners
refrain from attempts to change individuals' sexual orientation."
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