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In 1972, sodomy was illegal in more than 40 states and homosexuality was categorized as a mental illness. In this week’s Sunday Spotlight, NBC’s Joe Fryer reports on Dr. Anonymous, a gay doctor who went into disguise at the American Psychiatric Association annual conference to give an anonymous speech about rethinking opinions on homosexuality.

'I am a homosexual. I am a psychiatrist': How Dr. Anonymous changed history