“Conversion therapy causes serious harms,” NCLR Legal Director Shannon Minter told The Huffington Post. “In the short term, queer youth who go through conversion therapy are being cheated of the opportunity to gain self confidence and self esteem, to get support from family members and other adults, and to have normal adolescent developmental experiences around friendship, dating, and other social experiences. In the long term, the negative health consequences of being subjected to conversion therapy are extremely serious and can include substance abuse, dropping out of school, HIV infection, depression, and suicide attempts.”.
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I think that we have to be clear that when people are asserting their rights, they have, they should be doing so, and if that affects another person of another race, I think we need to move forward with that. If they have a real case, that will be ferreted out. If it’s specious, than that will be ferreted out as well..
Someone blew a whistle and we filed back onto a bunch of old yellow school buses. Bouncing toward Providence, battling motion sickness and a carbon monoxide headache, I dimly heard my new roommate, Bradley Foerster, say that the guy I’d been talking with was John F. Kennedy Jr.
Cohen, who once insisted he would not ask for a tax hike to pay for the $155 million school, said an override is needed to pay for rising city expenses and improvements to public buildings. Cohen said his administration would calculate the cost of an override to taxpayers by Jan. 15, in time for a possible vote next spring..
An official complaint was filed with the Office of Special Counsel and the Office of Government Ethics by Richard Painter, the chief White House ethics lawyer under the George W. Bush administration from 2005 to 2007. Painter wrote about his decision in an op ed for The New York Times on Sunday, calling Comey’s move “an abuse of power.” He also added:.
“It is not normal for the president of the United States, within 24 hours, to write about death and destruction and fake news and evil,” he said. “The most troubling aspect of this is it is very clear he has a disconnection from the truth. The very first press conference he had in this administration, they could have talked about jobs or health care.