Garrard Conley puts Game in the hot seat.
Last year, McKrae Game, a once highly ranked advocate and founder of Hope for Wholeness, a conversion therapy program was fired, came out as gay and shunned the method in an interview by The Post and Courier.
"I was a religious zealot that hurt people,” said Game, a former Southern Baptist minister. “People said they attempted suicide over me and the things I said to them. People, I know, are in therapy because of me. Why would I want that to continue?”
Now, Garrard Conley, a conversion therapy survivor, and author of the acclaimed novel Boy Erased is sitting face to face with Game in an interview that promises to be as uncomfortable as it is informative.
The practice of conversion therapy has been repeatedly denounced by the American Psychological Association. So far, 19 states have banned the practice on minors.
"Face to Face" is now playing on Logo’s YouTube Channel.
You can watch it below: