It does though, albeit a low success rate because it's difficult and most importantly because homosexuality is normalized and it's very difficult to change a normalized behavior. You don't hear about the cases because the psychologists doing it risk losing their license. So it's done in hiding. How is being gay not a disorder? Something that goes completely against reproduction interests? Something that never happens in nature (exclusive homosexuality)? Bisexuality being extremely extremely extremely rare in nature and out of those cases almost none involve penetration? How can homosexuality be justified as "natural attraction" if people can and do get sexually aroused by and attracted to anything (bestiality, necrophilia, uro, scat, objects etc)? The only reason it's considered normal is because of LGBT aggressive lobby for it in the 1970s. That's it. It was a decision with no scientifical basis whatsoever and it was simply VOTED on and about 40% voted against it. The only reasoning for it was to "combat discrimination" which is hilarious because combating discrimination has nothing to do with it being a disorder. If you want to combat discrimination against mentally ill people you don't wipe out all psychological disorders. "You can't be discriminated against a disorder if disorders don't exist". Absurd. This is correct and it shows the absurdity of LGBT.