Gay 'Conversion Therapy' Center Sued Under Consumer Fraud Act

, New Jersey Law Journal


A novel state court suit alleges that a Jersey City organization that purports to help turn gays straight is defrauding customers by selling a service that's been scientifically debunked.

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    These types of institutions rely on science that has yet to be proven. It has been proven that these methods don't work, and the issue will be what is going to be accepted as science. Science in the end will determine the outcome of the case. If the JONAH loses, then it can open them up for a class action lawsuit by some of its customers and former customers.

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