Statement on conversion therapy.

  title={Statement on conversion therapy.},
  author={D. Alempijevi{\'c} and R. Beriashvili and J. Beynon and B. Birmanns and M. Brasholt and J. Cohen and M. Duque and P. Duterte and A. V. Es and R. Fernando and Ş. Fincancı and S. Hamzeh and S. Hansen and L. H{\'a}rdi and M. Heisler and V. Iacopino and P. Leth and James Lin and S. Louahlia and Hege Luytkis and J. Modvig and M. Mendez and A. Moreno and V. Moscoso and R. Oral and Onder Ozkalipci and J. Payne-James and J. Quiroga and H. Reyes and S. Rogde and A. Sajantila and Matthis Schick and A. Terzidis and J. L. Thomsen and M. Tidball-Binz and F. Treue and P. Vanezis and D. Viera},
  journal={Journal of forensic and legal medicine},
Conversion therapy is a set of practices that aim to change or alter an individual's sexual orientation or gender identity. It is practiced in every region of the world by health professionals, religious practitioners, and community or family members often by or with the support of the state. Conversion therapy is performed despite evidence that it is ineffective and likely to cause individuals significant or severe physical and mental pain and suffering with long-term harmful effects. The… Expand
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