A Clever New Strategy to End Ex-Gay Therapy

Ramzan Kadyrov, left, with Magomed DaudovPhoto: Radio Free Europe via social media

I’m in Berlin this week for Pride, because even though June is over Pride doesn’t have to end.

It’s been a rough couple of days, with more attacks in Chechnya and Trump nominating some anti-gay activists to be federal judges. But there’s also some good news about a possible end – for good – to ex-gay therapy.

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