Bachmanns' Anti-Gay Therapy Practice Takes Page From Crisis Pregnancy Centers
One of the most pervasive characteristics of the anti-choice, anti-gay, anti-woman movement, of which Michele Bachmann proudly places herself in the forefront, is that they are also anti-science and anti-evidence and openly flout sound medical practices based on evidence and clinical practice and approved by legitimate medical boards and associations.
These practices have long been a feature of so-called crisis pregnancy centers, which exist solely to confuse women seeking to terminate a pregnancy, often have no medical staff and, as a matter of practice, offer women outright false information, such as that having an abortion will cause increase their risks of breast cancer.
Crisis pregnancy centers engage in these practices because they know the evidence is not on their side. Their only hope at "succeeding" in their quests (success being defined as abrogating women's rights to self-determination) is to mislead women who have decided to terminate a pregnancy with lies based on ideology and misguided theology, not evidence.
This, it appears, is the model adopted by the Bachmanns with respect to sexual orientation.