Journalism in Verse – EST. 2016

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How Gay Conversion Therapy Came to Be, and How It Persists Today

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sally burnette is the author of two chapbooks: laughing plastic (Broken Sleep Books) and Special Ultimate: Baby’s Story: a Documentary (Ghost City Press). They are originally from North Carolina but currently live in Boston and read flash fiction for Split Lip Magazine.

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