These Australians were told they could be “fixed”. What happened was far from therapeutic | ABC News

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Conversion “therapy” is based on the idea that a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity can be changed, suppressed or eradicated through practices ranging from psychiatric treatments to spiritual intervention.

Three people are speaking out for the first time about the trauma they suffered through conversion practices, as Tasmania’s Law Reform Institute recommends changes to protect people’s rights.

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