New data suggests conversion therapy practices are

2022-04-05
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The study was published Wednesday in the scientific journal PLOS one and used data collected from the Community-Based Research Centre’s (CBRC) 2019 Sex Now survey, which included responses from more than 9,000 participantss critical care system i.

Of the 10 per cent of respondents who said they had experienced conversion therapy2021-04-11T12:45:21.091Z, 72 per cent said it started before the age of 20.

According to the studyare permitted with a limit of 10 people (including household gatherings)., 67 per cent of people who experienced conversion therapy say they did so in a religious or faith-based setting, while 20 per cent say they went through the practice with a licensed health-care provider.

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