Gay Conversion Therapy Founder Comes Out As Gay

September 3, 2019

McKrae Game, a leader in conversion therapy, came out as gay in an article by The Post and Courier. For twenty years, Game was the leader of “Hope for Wholeness, a faith-based conversion therapy program in South Carolina’s Upstate”, according to the piece. The 51-year-old came out as gay in June of this year. In the interview he stated, “Conversion therapy is not just a lie, but it’s very harmful because it’s false advertising,”

Pat Thurston discusses more details on the story below.

Chip and Nikki discuss the former gay conversion therapy proponent who came out as gay.


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