Clancy Cavnar

Although it is common for people currently to express the opinion that psychedelics will open people’s minds, making them less judgmental and more able to share love and be inclusive, one early use of psychedelics by psychologists was in attempts to treat homosexuals to change their sexual orientation. “Conversion therapy” is a treatment that attempts to change the sexual orientation of homosexuals. This practice became more controversial after the removal of homosexuality from the DSM in 1973.1 If homosexuality is no longer an illness, what justification could there be for treating it?… continue reading.

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