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Armed with accurate information and a deep compassion for humanity, Restoring the Mosaic encourages a call to engaging social action oriented toward a New Sexual Ethic, that seeks to re-form family values; the importance and significance marriage between a man and a woman; and the hallowed co-relationship of secure attachment between parent and child.
https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2020/03/60895/ The Empirical Case against “Conversion-Therapy” Bans MARCH 15, 2020BY PAUL DIRKS Research over the last decade has solidified the finding that sexual minorities are far more likely to have faced adverse experiences...
The Truth about the attempt to ban Conversion Therapy Ann E. Gillies Ph.D November 2019 The understanding of what conversion therapy actually is, is a subject of much dispute, so let me disseminate it here. These two words, used together are actually quite...