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Video: Praying for peace

by Jeremy Hooper

The anti-gay right likes to talk about the gay community's supposed "hijacking" of various people, places, and things. HRC's ready to flip the conversation and instead talk about the God that they've long hijacked as a way of beating back basic fairness:


Changing the Conversation on LGBT People and Faith [HRC]

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Your thoughts

It's an uphill battle but a necessary one! I'm glad to be a part of it.

Posted by: Pomo | Jul 23, 2009 8:38:44 PM

Why hasn't anyone suggested a challenge to Prop H8 on the grounds that it violates freedom of religion? Not all religions are as anti-gay as the Mor(m)ons and Knights of Columbus. And Prop H8 certainly is an attempt to force all religions to adhere to one narrow-minded dogma.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Jul 24, 2009 1:39:18 PM

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