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Conversion therapy legislation: trick or treat?

19 November 2022

10:33 AM

19 November 2022

10:33 AM

‘One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I don’t know.’

I am not a philosopher, but I am blessed with enough common sense to know that Groucho Marx was exploiting a verbal fallacy in grammatical ambiguity.

Conversion therapy legislation is presented, and widely received, as incontestable, but is there more beneath the surface that needs public attention? Yes.

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