More Canadian queer men experienced efforts to change sexual or gender identity than estimated

A Canadian report from a national survey of queer gentlemen has located that encounters of makes an attempt to change a person’s sexuality or gender orientation have been much more common than previously imagined.

The report arrived from the Group-Dependent Research Centre (CBRC), a Vancouver-primarily based national health and fitness corporation for gentlemen who have sexual intercourse with gentlemen (MSM), conducts the Sex Now Survey. The survey is Canada’s longest-managing survey of MSM health and fitness.

In excess of 7,200 sexual minority gentlemen in Canada responded to the 2019 survey from November one, 2019, to January 18, 2020.

On February

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