In October, California became the first state to sign a law preventing minors from being exposed to sexual oreintation change effortss, call reparative therapy. Although "gay conversion therapy" has been out of the mainstream for decades, therapists who still practice this were able to put a temporary block on the law last week. As correspondent Jennifer London reports, both the law and the therapy resurrect the question of what it means to be gay. Madeleine Brand interviews New York Times correspondent Tina Rosenberg on today's trends in charitable giving. And we take a look at the most searched for items on Google in 2012.