Britain has been criticised for failing to ban anti-LGBTIQA+ conversion practices.
Opposition leader Matthew Guy has ruled his party will not change the state laws.
New legislation would see the practices banned, with jail sentences possible.
"Whenever I explain to a potential partner that I am asexual, most decide to opt out of the relationship."
Tasmanian advocates are calling for conversion survivors to form a support and activism network.
“The Greens are proud to be part of making Tasmania a kinder, happier place for transgender, and intersex people.”
Some key reforms could still be left behind despite progress.
Advocates have called for other states to follow Victoria’s lead in criminalising anti-LGBTQA+ conversion practices.
ILGA World has reported on advances and setbacks in LGBTIQ rights worldwide.
“LGBTQA+ people are not ‘broken’ or ‘disordered’."
The religious newspaper includes a story about a couple who were ‘cured’ of homosexuality.
Pope Francis has stated his support for same-sex unions.
The Australian Government has announced millions of dollars in funding for school chaplains.
“Even well-intentioned laws can miss some nuanced ways in which conversion ideology and practices occur.”
"It is actually dangerous legislation."
The One Nation senator said that parents who believe their children are trans “need their heads read”.
Advocates say they will lobby other states to enact stronger laws.
“You can't be fixed because you are not broken.”
Experts worldwide have condemned anti-LGBTQ conversion as pointless and dangerous.
Advocates have welcomed the proposed law to criminalise the practice.