Shannon Minter

Legal director for the National Center for Lesbian Rights, which co-sponsored SB 1172.

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Legal director for the National Center for Lesbian Rights, which co-sponsored SB 1172.

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While advocates of “conversion therapies” claim they can turn gays and lesbians into heterosexuals, the state legislature recently banned them as potentially damaging to minor…

“Conversion Therapy:” Free Speech versus Science

While advocates of “conversion therapies” claim they can turn gays and lesbians into heterosexuals, the state legislature recently banned them as potentially damaging to minor…

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