Believing in his parents' unconditional love, 16-year-old Zach Stark finally got up the nerve to be honest with them about his gay sexuality. But it didn't go well. Thinking that he had a condition that needed to be corrected, they sent him to the residential Love in Action programme. Before leaving, he wrote an anguished cry for help on his blog, which went viral and sparked media coverage and organised protests that minors were being held against their will.
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