GOP presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is under attack from gay advocacy groups after claims that a clinic she co-owns promotes religion as a "cure" for homosexuality.
Bachmann & Associates is a Christian-based counseling clinic run by the Minnesota congresswoman's husband, Marcus Bachmann.
A recent undercover video of a gay activist posing as a patient shows another counselor telling him that with prayer and persistence, he could overcome his attraction to men.
A former patient also recently came out to ABC News about the "reparative therapy" that Bachmann & Associates offers.
"[One counselor's] path for my therapy would be to read the Bible, pray to God that I would no longer be gay," Andrew Ramirez said. "And God would forgive me if I were straight."
He said he was 17 years old when he sought help from Bachmann & Associates in 2004 and was told that he could eventually be "re-oriented."
Marcus Bachmann has denied that he uses religion and prayer-based counseling to rid patients of their sexual orientation. Michele Bachmann -- whose become a GOP front-runner -- hasn't commented on the issue.
Bachmann & Associates receives state and federal funding, which opponents are now trying to stop.
Many Christian groups and churches have been criticized over the years for so-called tactics to "pray away the gay."
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