Bisexual foundation leader blames pansexuals for conversion therapy

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09/27/2021

Ian Lawrence-Tourinho, the executive director of the American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB) which oversees the website Bi.org and publication Queer Majority, is receiving criticism for claiming that “pansexuality gave us conversion therapy,” suggesting that abusive practices used to turn queer people heterosexual only began to exist because people began identifying as pansexual. He made the comments while asserting that David Rose – Dan Levy’s character from his hit series Schitt’s Creek – isn’t actually pansexual, and the only reason he is identified as such in the show is because “the Rose family is eccentric & detached from reality.”

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