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LGBT activists are criticizing a South African school for discriminating against gay students and for having a program that can "cure" homosexuality.
San Francisco’s legislation to prohibit doctors from using techniques to ’cure’ a patient’s gayness went into effect on Jan. 1, but lawsuits brought against the state revealed it doesn’t apply to faith-based or unlicensed providers.
An Australian doctor from a conservative Christian group has been banned from practicing medicine after he prescribed a drug used for castration for a gay teen.
Evidence has surfaced that at least 10 underage boys were castrated by the Dutch Roman Catholic Church in order to "cure homosexuality."
German Catholic physicians are saying that they can "cure" their so-called "warm brothers" with a homeopathic course of sugar pills.
Did a "therapy" to "cure" a "feminine" boy -- and administered by then-doctoral student George Rekers -- play a role in the suicide, at age 38, of the man who had been subjected to it?
Researchers say that by controlling serotonin levels in the brains of laboratory mice, they have been able to influence sexual behavior. But, they warn, it is far too early to conclude that manipulating human brain chemistry can change sexual orientation.
California lawmakers narrowly advanced a bill Tuesday that would repeal a state law designed to find the causes and cures of homosexuality.
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