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Conversion Therapy Still Haunts the LGBTQIA+ Community

As Canada bans conversion therapy nationwide, the LGBTQIA+ community will hopefully see it banned soon in other countries

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My first memory of conversion therapy comes from the movie, But I’m a Cheerleader. It was released in 1999, but I saw it first in 2005 when I was 15. While surfing the…

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Meagon Nolasco

Here you’ll find queer writings and stories of mental health. Podcast ramblings: https://open.spotify.com/show/4Knc4X68TeRCmpAXQ7wJa9?si=ldq205laT2ilUiC-gfTdBw

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