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Psychotherapy aimed at changing a person's homosexuality and based on the view that homosexuality is a mental disorder.
- ‘When his boyfriend's mother found out about the relationship and pulled her son out of school, Adams tried reparative therapy and counseling - again to no avail.’
- ‘If the literature of reparative therapy teaches anything, it is how deep homosexuality runs in a person's identity, and how enormously difficult it is to alter.’
- ‘Guess which highly respected professional health organizations in the United States think the whole reparative therapy movement is a dangerous lie?’
- ‘The good news, the psychologist tells us, is homosexuality is preventable and treatable through so-called reparative therapy.’
- ‘It is true that reparative therapy groups claim people are cured: They stay married or get married, become celibate, and all repress their feelings.’
- ‘Despite the lingering problem of reparative therapy, activists say the the group's move remains a real victory for gays in China.’
- ‘Catholic psychologist Joesph Nicolosi, known for so-called reparative therapy for homosexuality, supplies a clinical foreword.’
- ‘On the subject of reparative therapy, do you think any gay people would want to be straight if there weren't an antigay climate in this country?’
- ‘In October it became known that they had given $8 million to a Christian school connected with the notorious Coral Ridge Ministries, which promotes reparative therapy to ‘cure’ gays.’
- ‘Yet, they endorse Throckmorton and by extension reparative therapy, a practice that holds that homosexuals are sick and need to be fixed.’
- ‘He wasn't queer because same-sex love was honorable in his time but because he suffered from mother horror and father fixation - a good candidate for reparative therapy.’
- ‘Wayne Besen's acclaimed and engaging work debunks ‘ex-gay’ myths, including reparative therapy and the political movement built on supposed ex-gay ‘success’ stories.’
- ‘This fall, Love Won Out, a one-day conference on reparative therapy sponsored by Focus on the Family, will set up shop in Boston at the Tremont Temple Baptist Church.’
- ‘Kauth's discussion of Joseph Nicolosi's reparative therapy erroneously implies that it is based on principles of conditioning.’
- ‘Going straight is a fascinating Guardian article about reparative therapy used to ‘cure’ homosexuality and the ex-gay movement in America.’
- ‘Family Fundamentals illustrates this divide with a segment on Kathleen, who is active in the reparative therapy movement.’
- ‘‘There are lots of [gay] reparative therapy groups here,’ Taylor said.’
- ‘‘It would seem that reparative therapy is sometimes successful,’ he says.’
- ‘I'll see if I can dig out the results on ‘ex-gay’ so-called reparative therapy.’
- ‘When it came to so-called reparative therapy, I was helping Laura with an article for her newsletter that exposed this ‘cure for homosexuality’ as the nonsense that it is.’
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