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04/18/2013

Focus on the Family's Day of Dialogue hypocrisy: Deletes and bans me for simply mentioning what's on their own website

by Jeremy Hooper

Minutes after I posted this, the moderators of Focus on the Family's Day of Dialogue (ha!) page banned and blocked me:

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[Day of Dialogue Facebook page]

As I said: Whatever. They just gave me an easy post and more mileage out of the heinous "particularly evil lie of Satan" claim that they continue to run on Focus on the Family's main website. I love it.

The un-blockable, un-deletable truth is that Day of Dialogue is "ex-gay" advocacy and Focus on the Family is just as anti-LGBT as it ever was. Pass it on. To quote the Day of Dialogue tag line: "Let's get the conversation started."

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