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01/28/2014

Utah anti-equality rally: Doug Mainwaring replaces Robert Oscar Lopez #standwithchildren

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2013-04-15 At 3.37.28 Pm Citing "travel plans," the anti-equality activist who routinely equates gay parents with slaveowners and who blames the LGBT movement for gay teen suicides is no longer attending today's anti-equality rally in Salt Lake City. Robert Oscar López will now only appear via video, while gay-identified anti-gay Doug Mainwaring takes his speaking slot:

Recently added to the agenda is Doug Mainwaring, a gay activist who opposes same-sex marriage because "denying children parents of both genders at home is an objective evil," he wrote on the website Public Discourse.

Robert Oscar Lopez, who was raised by a lesbian couple and equated child-rearing without a mother and father to abuse, will appear via video — a last minute change due to travel plans.

FULL: Two opposing same-sex marriage rallies Tuesday at Utah capitol [Salt Lake Tribune]

Better luck next time, civil lawyer who can make a truly lawful case against civil marriage equality.

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