Garrard Conley, author The New York Times bestselling memoir "Boy erased", which was made into a movie by the same name, opens up to us about his rituals for writing and how he uses his religious upbringing to fuel his stories. Garrard also talks about the so-called "straight savior" and his opinion about conversion therapy leaders coming out. Tune in to hear us talk about the challenges of finding the greys, especially in today’s polarized society.
You can find resources for survivors of conversation therapy below:
The Trevor Project
Unerased: A podcast on the History of Conversion Therapy in America.
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