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04/18/2012

Day of [convenient] Dialogue [meant to mask 'ex-gay' advocacy]

by Jeremy Hooper

In normal debates, we'd call this a dodge. In "culture war" debates, it's simply known as being a religious social conservative:

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The Day of Dialogue will be held tomorrow. Like every year, its message to students will culminate in one thing and one thing only: the idea that gay people can and should "change" their sexual orientations. That is a fact, regardless of the long-winded phrasing used to obfuscate it.

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