New Jersey Jury Decides That 'Gay Conversion Therapy' Is a Fraud
The court decided that a cure for homosexuality offered by JONAH, a non-profit based in New Jersey, was based on unscientific claims, and awarded plaintiffs $70,000 in damages.
'Therapists' Called Clients 'Fags,' Made Them Strip in Gay Conversion Therapy
Four men are suing a non-profit in a New Jersey court for offering allegedly bogus gay conversion therapy costing thousands.
Judge Says Gay Conversion Therapy Is Consumer Fraud in Groundbreaking Ruling
A judge has declared that conversion therapy — the practice of "curing" gay people through counseling — is fraud because it falsely defines homosexuality as a disorder.