Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Non-vocal of speech, actually-autistic blogger Amy Sequenzia (April 12, 2016) proposed to our peer group "every time we talk about Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we also say Autistic Conversion Therapy. Gay Conversion Therapy has a bad reputation. Both 'treatments' (tortures) have the same root."


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See also the following posts:

Altieri (November 25, 2017). CNN Anderson Cooper report: Kirk Murphy, the survivor of ABA's UCLA's "Sissy Boy Experiment," took his own life as a young gay man.



According to Cooper, his real name was Kirk Andrew Murphy. Rekers and Lovaas (1974) called him Kraig to conceal his identity in "Behavioral treatment of deviant sex-role behaviors in a male child," Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp. 173-190, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. They later said he had a "Sissy Boy Syndrome."

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Altieri (April 15, 2017). As unbelievable as it sounds, ABA Leaks concludes, beyond a reasonable doubt, that ABA is a direct cause of skin shock "treatment" on gay victims of in Russian concentration camps, which the world hasn't seen since Hitler's neurotypical-white-supremacy, Nazis rounded, imprisoned, tortured, sterilized, and annihilated 6,000,000 gays, autistics, gypsies, disabled human beings, and especially Jews.

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Altieri (March 18, 2017). ABA did it to gays. They still do it to autistics. We call it false behavioral conversion therapy. It causes us Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), indisputably.

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