I know next to nothing about this type of therapy although I have heard of it. I have no clue if it works for some or not but in general, I am against the state stepping in to ban a questionable therapy. Sadly, many gay people - teens especially - are depressed about their issues and as a group have a higher suicide rate percentage than the average. So I don't buy that as Brown's reasoning to ban the therapy.
I personally try to accept people for who they are. But if a person wanted to try this therapy, why should it not be available to them?
Just more intrusion of the government into our lives, IMO. But I'm open to be swayed either way.
Rejoice ever more. 1 Thessalonians 5:16