NZ Introduces Conversion Practices Prohibition Bill

New Zealand has introduced a bill aimed at stopping “conversion practices”; i.e. forcing individuals into programs and practices that “seek to change or supress a person’s sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression.”  This bill would make it an offence for a person to perform conversion practices on another individual, but in cases where anyone tried to force another to no longer be gay, trans, or any part of the LGBT spectrum, offenders will face prison for up to five years.


New Zealand citizens are encouraged to voice your approval and support of this bill!

(shout out to FoMo and PM, Jacinda Ardern) OY! Pai te mahi!! Noho kaha!!!


NZ Government official information (easy to read)!

More info from the Guardian

Local NZ news regarding some confusion regarding the bill





Spunky lives in Queensland, Australia. She loves travel and aims to visit as many church branches and wards in the world as possible.

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