Matthew Shurka

was in conversion therapy for 5 years

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Matthew Shurka on KCRW

President Obama today is calling for the end of gay conversion therapy because of its potentially devastating psychological effects.

Gay Conversion Therapy

President Obama today is calling for the end of gay conversion therapy because of its potentially devastating psychological effects.

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