Join us in rich and informative conversations with survivors of conversion therapy* who courageously share their voices and stories with host Shila LeBlanc. Learn more about the harms and impacts of conversion therapy* with many stories originating right here in Nova Scotia.
This episode explores conversion therapy* within families, institutions, and communities. Julie experienced both subtle and explicit pressure to change who they were throughout their upbringing. It was in fact this project that supported Julie in realizing that they too had been subjected to this kind of harm. Julie shares with us their wish for people to embody their truths and explores the cultural messaging that excludes queer folks.
LawLISNS are short legal information podcasts presented by the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia (LISNS-pronounced 'listens'). LawLISNS talks about everyday legal problems in Nova Scotia, your rights and responsibilities, and ways to work things out.
The law and information talked about in this episode were current as of November 2022. Laws change, so check with LISNS or a lawyer to see if the law has changed since then. LISNS podcasts explain the law in a general way as it applies in Nova Scotia, Canada. The information is not intended as legal advice. If you have a legal problem, contact a lawyer for advice about what steps you should take in your situation.