Conversion Therapy News
A Boy Named Lucas part 5: Taking the stand
In the final part of our five-part series, ABC News' Brian Ross talks to Lucas Greenfield, a gay teen, who details taking the stand to put the pastors who abused him behind bars.
Embattled lawmaker: I will 'stand strong for men's rights'
A New Hampshire lawmaker accused of creating a misogynistic online forum is resisting calls for his resignation and says he will "stand strong for men's rights."
Gay teen describes experience in so-called gay conversion camp
Lucas Greenfield, 17, tells Brian Ross about his experience in so-called gay conversion camp.
Statement from Marc Lotter, Press Secretary to Vice President Mike Pence
Statement from Marc Lotter, Press Secretary to Vice President Mike Pence: "Any assertion that Vice President-elect Pence supported or advocated for conversion therapy is patently false and is a mischaracterization of language from a 16-year old campaign website. As a candidate for Congress in 2000,
Gay conversion therapy advocates heartened by Pence, Republican electoral victories
Advocates of long-discredited gay conversion therapy programs say they are heartened by the election of Donald Trump and are counting on Vice President Mike Pence and congressional Republicans to help fight off efforts to make such programs illegal. “I certainly hope that this administration will
'When We Rise' executive producer says show is a 'bold' depiction of LGBT history
The fight for transgender rights has never been more front and center on the national stage than it has been in recent months. Hundreds gathered on Pennsylvania Avenue just last week to protest the Trump administration announcement of an effective rollback of an Obama administration directive that
'When We Rise' chronicles the struggle for LGBTQ rights
President Trump's controversial rollback of transgender school bathroom protections coincides with the star-studded ABC miniseries and transgender champions fighting to restore dignity.
Sen. Cory Booker Speaks Against Betsy DeVos
Senate Democrats on Monday began what they said would be 24 hours of floor speeches against President Trump's nominee for education secretary.
Donald Trump Named Time's Person of the Year
"The View" co-hosts discuss Time magazine's announcement of its '2016 Person of the Year.'