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04/28/2014

Americans sparking global animus: Singapore edition

by Jeremy Hooper

The "Love Singapore" organization holds the view that homosexuality is both abnormal and unnatural, and it is determined to keep it that way:

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[Love Singapore]

To make the case, the group is bringing in some help from America's very own "culture war." In fact, the group's annual conference will feature two Californians who were quite instrumental in the Proposition 8 fight: pastor Jim Garlow and former National Org. For Marriage associate Jennifer Roback Morse:

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This is such a trend lately. Americans who lost here at home, seemingly in need of gigs or maybe just vacations, are increasingly hopping on airplanes and looking for nations where they much have a better chance. Uganda, France, Russia, Jamaica, Peru, Singapore—it's kind of like The Amazing Race, except where all the other contestants are chasing the gay team and trying to take away their rights and/or basic peace of mind.

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