Should reparative therapy be banned for minors?
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<b>Aubrey DiDonato </b><br />
<i>student<br />
Rittenhouse Square</i><br />
“No. Maybe the child has to go through that experience before they’re able to move in a more positive direction. They might have to go through it to realize it’s not for them. It’s very sad that people have so much difficulty with same-sex attraction. I feel it’s a very nature thing.”
Aubrey DiDonato
student
Rittenhouse Square

“No. Maybe the child has to go through that experience before they’re able to move in a more positive direction. They might have to go through it to realize it’s not for them. It’s very sad that people have so much difficulty with same-sex attraction. I feel it’s a very nature thing.”
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<b>Nick Moudry</b><br />
<i>teacher<br />
Washington Square West</i><br />
“No. I think that would be a violation of a potential client’s civil liberties. The government doesn’t have the right to dictate what kind of counseling someone chooses. If it makes a person happy to get that kind of therapy, they should have the freedom to do so.”
Nick Moudry
teacher
Washington Square West

“No. I think that would be a violation of a potential client’s civil liberties. The government doesn’t have the right to dictate what kind of counseling someone chooses. If it makes a person happy to get that kind of therapy, they should have the freedom to do so.”
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<b>DanJuma Ochai</b><br />
<i>fashion designer<br />
Rittenhouse Square</i><br />
“Yes. There are other ways to deal with your sexuality if you have a problem with it. I don’t think sexual orientation is something you can change through therapy. A parent’s consent would be required for that type of therapy. So I believe it would be the parent’s decision, not the child’s decision.”
DanJuma Ochai
fashion designer
Rittenhouse Square

“Yes. There are other ways to deal with your sexuality if you have a problem with it. I don’t think sexual orientation is something you can change through therapy. A parent’s consent would be required for that type of therapy. So I believe it would be the parent’s decision, not the child’s decision.”
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<b>Kera Zukowski</b></ br>
<i>student</ br>
Washington Square West</i></ br>
“No. If a child really wants to pursue that form of therapy, they should have the option. But there shouldn’t be any undue pressure from the parent. In my opinion, that kind of therapy isn’t good for anybody.  But I wouldn’t cut off the option.”
Kera Zukowski student Washington Square West “No. If a child really wants to pursue that form of therapy, they should have the option. But there shouldn’t be any undue pressure from the parent. In my opinion, that kind of therapy isn’t good for anybody. But I wouldn’t cut off the option.”
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