Conversion Therapy Advocate Comes Out As Gay

Mckrae Game states to the Post and Courier, “Conversion therapy is not just a lie, but it’s very harmful.”

September 3, 2019

McKrae Game, one of America's largest conversion therapy advocates and founder of Hope For Wholeness, a conversion therapy based ministry, states that he is gay.

NBC News Reports, South Carolina based, Game came out this summer, two years after being fired from the religious, Hope for Wholeness conversion therapy program. Mckrae is now trying to turn his life around and make amends with those who he hurt while pushing religious beliefs about homosexuality and conversion therapy. 

In a statement to the Post and Courier, McKrae says, “Conversion therapy is not just a lie, but it’s very harmful.."

In America, according to NBC News, "18 states and Washington, D.C., ban the practice of conversion therapy for minors, according to Movement Advancement Project, an LGBTQ think tank. South Carolina, however, is not one of these states." 


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