Catholic Church offers 'Gay Cure' Therapy in Poland
It's like resisting a piece of candy. That's how a therapist in Odwaga tells patients to resist their homosexual urges.
The Catholic Church has created rehabilitation centers in Poland to rehabilitate gay people and "get them back on the right path."
Using a combination of prayer, therapy, and chastity, as well as traditional gender roles (woman are taught to cook, men to play football); the Center hopes to 'cure' homosexuality.
“When you want a candy for example, you can resist and have it later," said Lena Wojdan, a psychologist at the center. "And you can trade it for a piece of chocolate.”
According to Marta Abramowicz of the Campaign Against Homophobia, when the therapy doesn't work, the patients become depressed and suicidal.