Polish Bishops Propose Sending LGBTQ+ People to Conversion ‘Clinics’

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08/31/2020

Polish Catholic bishops have called for “clinics” to be set up for LGBTQ+ people in efforts for them to “regain their natural sexual orientation. The bishops laid out their stance in a 27-page document presented during a plenary meeting at the 386th Polish Episcopal Conference (in Polish, Konferencja Episkopatu Polski) over the weekend. The document claims these clinics would help LGBTQ+ people realize their sexuality is “a symptom of wounds on various levels of their personality” and would help those “who wish to regain a healthy identity and spiritual harmony.”

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