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09/21/2012

We aren't anti-anyone says man whose website calls gays a 'particularly evil lie of Satan'

by Jeremy Hooper

Focus on the Family president Jim Daly denies animus:

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The kind of clear, demonstrable animus that is running on Focus on the Family's site right now, despite me having personal conversation with Focus on the Family staffers about this content's existence:

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And there's of course much more. Focus on the Family, an aggressively pro-"ex-gay" organization, has decades of work against the LGBT community (among others) that goes well beyond even matters of policy and right into matters of personal welfare.

Own your crap, Jim Daly. Don't be a discriminator and a bearer of false witness.

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**Oh, and for some Daly-specific slights, check out his GLAAD CAP profile. For instance:

- Used Lady Gaga as an opportunity to "change" gay people: "[T]he message found within the lyrics of Born This Way is in stark contrast to the message of the Gospel. All of us are born into sin, the Bible tells us, with desires and resulting actions that separate us from God and put us at odds with His blueprint for our lives. But the Good News is we’re not hopelessly trapped in our sin and failure. Despite the fact that we were 'born this way,' each of us can be set free – from homosexuality, or heterosexual sex outside of marriage, or pornography, or greed, or gossip, or any other human shortcoming – to be the men and women God intended us to be."
Jim Daly [GLAAD CAP]

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