Lesbian Photographer Releases Disturbing Photographs After Visiting Torture Clinic That ‘Treats’ Homosexuality
Paola Peredes Ecuadorian has captured such horrifying pictures of the torture clinics that she visited and here's one picture showing how they treat for little issues by isolating the victims.
She clicked how the clinic treats homosexuality, rather tortures them, it's anyone's worst nightmare! These terrifying photographs by the lesbian photographer about how the clinic treats homosexuality are nightmares.
It is not a sickness
The lesbian photographer thought of taking up this project after coming out to her parents. Homosexuality is not a sickness.
Treat to humanity
Things like torture clinics are a treat to humanity. It is important to accept homosexuality, it is not a disease.
The photographer also revealed that the victims were even beaten in the name of treatment.
They are even forced to scrub toilets with bare hands.
Women are even being forced to be more feminine in every way.
Women are even abused, sexually assaulted and all torturous things are being done to them.
The patients/victims were repeatedly anesthetized.
Forced To Eat
The patients are also being forced to eat.
Religion used as a tool for people being admitted to these torture clinics.
This is so sick!
Thier faces reveal the horror they deal with!
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