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Gender behavior therapy and gay conversion: UCLA’s past, California’s future


Sonali Kohli / Daily Bruin

He liked playing with girls’ toys, he liked wearing dresses.

He told his parents he wanted to be a girl.

It was 1967, and his parents were worried. So between ages 5 and 8, Karl Bryant went to therapy at the UCLA Gender Identity Research Clinic every other Saturday, where he learned to act more like a boy.

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