In a state where the law already deprives minors of counseling for unwanted sexual attractions, a trial is scheduled to get under way in a case that could be a bellwether for what is often called “conversion therapy.”
Critics warn the court in New Jersey could “ban help for gay people” and leave some individuals “stuck in shame, isolation, and pain.”
The case centers on claims by the Southern Poverty Law Center that the counseling is fraudulent.
On the defense is JONAH, or Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing, a non-profit international group that “works with those struggling with unwanted same-sex sexual …read more
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