However, existing laws and regulations governing registered medical professionals and healthcare services provide important protections. But coming out didn't bring any relief. Benson says his mother and aunts immediately suggested conversion therapy. Soon after that, he came out. In Victoria, sincethe Health Complaints Commissioner has had the power to investigate and respond to complaints of gay conversion therapy.
Instead, he just felt really guilty.
This needed to happen, so it did. Massage and scrub for 5 minutes and then wash thoroughly with warm water. His activities - and those of his Anonymous-affiliated cohorts - have been widely celebrated as stories of their successes appear online.
When Benson hopped on his bike every Wednesday and cycled to the local church, he didn't think he was attending gay conversion therapy.