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Video: Delaware pastors hope their faith opinions, beliefs, choices get to control (/limit) shared civil policy

by Jeremy Hooper

Here now, thirty-five minutes of Delaware pastors denying we are born gay; suggesting our unions will lead to polygamy; reducing our sexual orientations to "changeable" "behaviors" and "lifestyle choices;" denying our fight is a civil rights struggle; saying our civil marriages "argue against the course of human history;" framing our equality as something that will erode the American family; pitting our happiness against the welfare of children; and throwing just about every personally-held, faith-driven at the wall in hopes that something will stick. Watch as much or as little as you want:

Thank you for your opinions, pastors. Next time I want to be guided by your religious opinions, I will choose to attend your churches. But un the mean time, I will fight for (and win) the civil marriage rights that are always—ALWAYS, EVERY TIME, IN EVERY INSTANCE!—separated from the optional religious component.

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