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08/06/2012

Today I will: Tell you what lies beneath Focus on the Family's 'soft' tone

by Jeremy Hooper

Focus on the Family has launched a new campaign called "Today I Will," in which they encourages to make certain vows based around the special interest group's "pro-family" agenda." Cue the stock photos:

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Of course, we LGBT people know a completely different Focus on the Family. We know that their vows could read:

And so on and so forth.

Today and everyday, I will hold this organization accountable for the harm it is fostering.

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