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Reflection on a personal experience of surviving contemporary conversion practices in Australia

S Whyte
Med J Aust || doi: 10.5694/mja2.51515
Published online: 9 May 2022

Identifying and protecting people from conversion practices is an ethical obligation for health care professionals

I knew I was gay in high school. There was no confusion or struggle internally, I just was. The pain came from trying to work out what to do about it. Unfortunately, I was exposed to many complex and conflicting ideas about what being gay meant for me and my life.

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