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The reality of “conversion therapy” practices in Singapore // LGBT Rights in Singapore| Updated onIn recent months, the topic of “conversion therapy” piqued public interest. Heated arguments were made for and against “conversion therapy” programmes, but few featured the voices of abuse survivors. This article takes a comprehensive look at so-called “conversion therapy” practices in Singapore. Here’s everything you need to know.
Locked up at home for a month — Tom’s story of conversion abuse in Singapore| Updated onTom’s parents enlisted the help of their church to perform abusive acts on their son — all with the hopes of turning him straight.
“Being gay is the biggest sin” — Iani’s story of “conversion therapy” in Singapore| Updated on
Ustazs convinced Iani’s parents that an evil spirit was causing their child to be lesbian. They engaged in “conversion therapy” practices until Iani collapsed from a mental breakdown.
“It hurts when I touch myself now” — Sam’s story of “conversion therapy” in Singapore| Updated onFor nearly 30 years, an unassuming church in Singapore has been providing “counselling” services to LGBTQ+ folks. One man tells us how it destroyed his life.