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Federal judge rules California ban on conversion therapy can go forward

| Tuesday, December 4, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO -- A federal judge on Tuesday denied a request by an anti-LGBT group to postpone the January 1, 2013 start of California’s new law banning controversial gay-to-straight conversion, or "reparative" therapy, for LGBT youth.

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Advocacy groups denounce ‘Dr. Oz’ for debating merits of reparative therapy

| Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Three of the nation's largest LGBT advocacy organizations on Wednesday denounced the syndicated "Dr. Oz" television show for airing an episode debating the merits of so-called reparative therapy, and for positioning a representative of the discredited National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) as an “expert.”

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Advocacy groups move to defend California’s ban on reparative therapy

| Saturday, October 20, 2012
Two LGBT advocacy groups, the National Center for Lesbian Rights (NCLR) and Equality California, filed court papers late Friday seeking to intervene in a federal lawsuit challenging the new California law protecting LGBT youth from "gay-to-straight" reparative therapy.

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‘Cured’ student, anti-gay groups sue California over ban on reparative therapy for minors

| Friday, October 5, 2012
Therapists who purportedly counsel gay and lesbian patients into heterosexuality and two anti-gay organizations have filed lawsuits seeking an injunction against California's recently approved ban on reparative therapy for minors.

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California Senate committee advances bill to limit reparative therapy

| Tuesday, April 24, 2012
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Legislation designed protect LGBT minors from what critics charge is harmful and ineffective ex-gay therapy, advanced through a California state Senate Committee on Monday.

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Remembering Mike Wallace, and … ‘The Homosexuals’

| Monday, April 9, 2012
I am a fan of the late Mike Wallace and am very sad that he has passed away. I have always enjoyed his reports and consider him a first-rate journalist. However, there was one noticeable career snafu that caused an enormous amount of damage to the LGBT community. In 1967, the news magazine CBS Reports aired an hour-long segment, “The Homosexuals,” that gave America its first glimpse of gay and lesbian Americans. Thanks to the efforts of anti-gay psychiatrists, gays were vilified in front of 40 million people, solidifying despicable stereotypes that would last for more than a generation.

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NARTH becomes main source for anti-gay ‘junk science’

| Sunday, March 11, 2012
NARTH has emerged as the preeminent source of what many regard as “junk science” for the religious right — psychology that underpins the anti-gay movement’s fervent opposition to equal rights and stigmatizes LGBT people as mentally sick.

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Twelfth researcher complains about ‘religious right’ distortion of her work

| Thursday, January 5, 2012
Rick Fitzgibbons
Another researcher has come out complaining about how a religious right "expert" distorted her work to stigmatize the LGBTQ community. Rick Fitzgibbons of the NARTH (the National Association of Research and Therapy of Homosexuality) distorted research on same-sex adoption to make the case that children in same-sex households are not raised better than children "in stable homes with a mother and a father."

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‘Sissy Boy Experiment:’ Reparative therapy still being used to ‘treat’ gay kids

| Thursday, June 9, 2011
In Thursday's third and final installment of CNN's special report, the "Sissy Boy Experiment," Randi Kaye reports on how the research of Dr. George Rekers is still being used to 'treat' some gay kids and teens.

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