A British parliamentary committee met today to debate a petition, signed by 250,000 people, to ban conversion therapy in the United Kingdom.
Critics say the BBC violated editorial guidelines in a report by creating false balance between a survivor and proponent of conversion therapy.
British Liberal Democrat Layla Moran is calling for the introduction of a United Kingdom-wide conversion-therapy ban.
British trans woman Jo Brydon is publicly sharing the trauma of attempts to “correct” her gender identity after author J.K. Rowling mischaracterized conversion therapy and gender transition.
Core Issues Trust (CIT) says Barclays Bank is the latest company to stop doing business with the conversion therapy advocacy group.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said “conversion therapy” is “absolutely abhorrent” and “has no place in this country.”