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La Trobe University To Research Impact Of Gay Conversion Therapy

Researchers from La Trobe University will investigate the impact conversion therapy practises have had on LGBTQI Australians. The research comes at a time the Victorian …

RMIT Students Protest Lecturer’s Planned Gay Conversion Therapy Speech

Students at one of Melbourne’s premier institutions RMIT have expressed concerns following the decision by a lecturer to speak on gay conversion therapy at an …

Canada reveals plans to ban LGBTQI conversion therapy

Canada’s federal government has this week proposed new legislation which aims to institute a nationwide ban on LGBTQI conversion therapy. Canada’s Justice Minister, David Lametti, …

Setbacks for Queensland’s conversion therapy ban

Australia’s first proposed legislation criminalising “LGBT conversion therapy” has suffered setbacks and divides after receiving criticism and support on issues of medicinal practice and gender …

Queensland conversion therapy ban loop-hole

By Mike Hitch The Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) has called on the Queensland State Government to further restrict the harmful practice of conversion …

Queensland announces gay conversion therapy ban

The state of Queensland will ban gay conversion therapy, Queensland Health Minister Steven Miles has announced.  Miles said gay conversion therapy, which seeks to alter …

ACT Government pledges to ban ‘gay conversion therapy’

Gay conversion therapy will be banned in the Australian Capital Territory by the end of 2020 after the ACT government announced new plans to improve …

Help draft Vic legislation to ban conversion therapy

At Midsumma Pride March in February, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews pledged to introduce new legislation to prohibit LGBTI conversion practices, putting a stop to the …

Gay conversion therapy founder comes out as gay

In a stunning about face, the founder of Hope for Wholeness, one of the most prominent gay conversion therapy groups in the United States, has …

Angus & Robertson apologise as retailers draw fire for selling pro-conversion therapy books

A number of booksellers and publishers including Angus & Robertson, Dymocks, QBD, and Penguin Random House continue to list titles promoting conversion therapy on their websites.