Religious homophobia often results in prejudice, negative stereotyping and discrimination against LGBTQQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning) individuals. It is a form of oppression used by some religious people and institutions to motivate people to change their sexual orientation or sexual behavior. In its most extreme form, religious homophobia can contribute to increased suicide rates, depression, anxiety, difficulties with intimacy, self-hatred, polarization of families and communities, and motivation to try and change one’s sexual orientation. Therapy can help you to heal from these experiences and realign with the beauty of who you are at your core, whatever this happens to be.

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