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The Republican Platform ratified last month says that parents should be able to choose proper medical treatment and therapy for their children.

'Boy Erased' chronicles real-life impact of 'conversion therapy'

The Republican Platform ratified last month says that parents should be able to choose proper medical treatment and therapy for their children.

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Garrard Conley grew up in rural Arkansas as a Mission Baptist. His mother and father were devout to say the least.

How Ex-Gay Therapy Made Garrard Conley a 'Boy Erased'

Garrard Conley grew up in rural Arkansas as a Mission Baptist. His mother and father were devout to say the least.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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