United Massachusetts is a busy boy and at the end of the vote on Protecting Freedom of Expression we'll be moving onto another proposal of his. I suspect this one will prove less divisive in Forest - it bans the practice of conversion therapy on minors and prevents public bodies performing it on or recommending it for adults. As far as I can see there isn't a catch.
Ban On Conversion Therapy
A resolution to improve worldwide human and civil rights.
Category: Human Rights
Proposed by: United Massachusetts
Noting that countless analyses, studies, and evidenced-based tests have conclusively shown what already makes intuitive sense, that sexual orientation and gender identity are not choices, thus rendering conversion therapy useless,
Concerned by the alarming effects of conversion therapy and other attempts to forcibly alter sexual orientation or gender identity because of homophobic and transphobic prejudices, including:
depression and suicidal tendencies in LGBT+ youth, born from the feeling of rejection conversion therapy techniques plant in them,
emotional and physical trauma from the often severe intimidation and painful physical "treatments" employed by conversion therapists,
what can only properly be described as the physical and emotional abuse of non-conforming individuals,
Asserting that forcing the most vulnerable and impressionable among us, young people, down a fraudulent and harmful path of self-hatred is inherently cruel,
The General Assembly, therefore:
Defines, for the sake of this resolution, "conversion therapy" as any attempt to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of an individual through psychological, physical, or coercive spiritual intervention,
Prohibits any person or organisation in a World Assembly member-state from performing conversion therapy on minors,
Prohibits any public or governmental body in a World Assembly member-state from recommending or performing conversion therapy on any individual,
Urges member-states to take steps to help the survivors of conversion therapy recover from its effects through counseling, social assistance, or other means.