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Jennifer Lawrence attacks Mike Pence over ‘conversion therapy views’

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Jennifer Lawrence has attacked former US vice president Mike Pence over his alleged beliefs around conversion therapy.The harmful practice aims to change a person’s sexual or gender identity, and has long been discredited by medical and mental health experts, causing harmful effects on mental health.Speaking at the GLAAD media awards last night, the Oscar-winning actress was presenting the Vito Russo Award to singer Orville Peck when she cracked a joke at Pence.“I love the gay community.

In fact, I was in love with a homosexual. I tried to convert him for years, but now I know conversion therapy doesn’t work,” Lawrence said.“Did you hear me, Mike Pence?

I said conversion therapy isn’t real, even though I know you think it worked on you.”She then added: “He’s in New York tonight.

He’s receiving a Kid’s Choice Award for weirdest dick.”Pence is said to have a history of opposing LGBTQ+ rights, with the politician including support for diverting funds towards those “seeking to change their sexual behaviour” during a 2000 congressional campaign, according to Human Rights Campaign.While governor of Indiana, he signed a religious freedom bill – which was criticised as anti-LGBTQ+ – surrounded by others who have allegedly expressed anti-LGBTQ+ views.Responding in 2018 to accusations of supporting conversion therapy, a spokesperson for Pence denied this was the case (via The Washington Post), saying: “The vice president has never supported conversion therapy and doesn’t support it now.

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