valetta - Malta is the first country in Europe therapy bans homosexuality can be 'cured'. Parliament in Valletta voted unanimously Wednesday in the ban.
Anyone who's sexual orientation or gender identity of another attempt to modify or suppress, can now count on a fine or imprisonment. Also approved medical specialists who provide therapies to 'cure' gay people, are punishable. The penalty can be up to 10 000 euro fine and a year in prison.
The so-called therapies that cure homosexuality, are very controversial almost everywhere in Europe. In Britain, writes The Guardian, showed a survey several years ago that 1300 interviewed psychotherapists to give more than two hundred were willing therapy to change sexual behavior.