Theater: '14' examines violent therapy for gay Mormons in the 1970s
John Clarence Cameron doesn't view himself as a victim. But he wants the truth about what he endured to be told.
Cameron is not a victim, he says, because it was his choice to take part in so-called reparation therapy in 1974 while a student at Brigham Young University.
Cameron was one of 14 young men that year that volunteered for the therapy. Designed to "cure" them of their homosexual tendencies, the therapy consisted of hooking the men to electrodes and showing them pictures of other men. When the men were shown the images, they were administered electric shocks. Read Full Story