|By Hemant Mehta
After spending nearly two decades running an organization that came to be known as Hope for Wholeness, a South Carolina-based Christian group that supports gay conversion torture, he was leaving the movement.
Not only that, he was gay.
Not only that, Game admitted conversion therapy was “very harmful” and “false advertising.”
He said he had left the organization in 2017, but this was a more overt breakup with the entire conversion therapy subculture.
“I was a religious zealot that hurt people,” Game said in an interview. “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?”
“I created it all,” Game said of Hope for Wholeness. “We have harmed generations of people.”
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