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These 80 Christian leaders are plotting the abolition of LGBT legal protections

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. Nancy Wiechec/Catholic News Service Declaring that compromise will “crush Catholics,” a leader in the church revealed an effort by “80 Christian leaders—including four leading Catholic bishops and many Catholic education leaders,” to address what they described as a very serious threat looms with …

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Nativity ornaments replacing Mary and Joseph with same-sex parents spark hate

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. Mark Thaler, Pride and More A California artist removed two pro-LGBTQ Christmas ornaments from an online marketplace after getting criticized by a Christian group in the United Kingdom for “blasphemously” trying to “normalize behavior” through his art. Mark Thaler of Pride and More …

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What does North Carolina’s HB2 law actually cover?

This post originally published by LGBTQ Nation. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina lawmakers will hold a special session Wednesday to consider the repeal of a law passed earlier this year that limits protections for LGBT people. The law has been widely opposed by numerous businesses, organizations and individuals. Gov. …

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Benham Brothers: North Carolina HB2 repeal is a ‘Political Shakedown’ to Persecute Christians: WATCH

This post originally published by Towleroad. Former reality TV stars-turned-Evangelical-mouthpieces the Benham brothers have said that a repeal of North Carolina’s HB2 “bathroom bill” is a “political shakedown” which will allow LGBT people to persecute Christians. RELATED: Anti-Gay Benham Brothers Compare Themselves to ISIS Beheading Victims – VIDEO Writes Right Wing …

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NYC-Based David Barton Gym Goes Out of Business, Ceases Operations Abruptly

This post originally published by Towleroad. The iconic DavidBartonGym, which opened in 1992 in NYC’s Chelsea gayborhood, closed abruptly overnight, shutting down operations. Clients found notes posted notes on the doors, and emails in their inboxes alerting them to the closures. The email from the gym reads: We are very sorry to inform you …

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We Still Prosecute HIV Without Addressing How It's Spread

This post originally published by the Advocate.com. Missouri college student Michael L. Johnson, who was sentenced to 30 years in prison for spreading HIV, recently saw his conviction reversed pending a new trial. His alleged crime: having unprotected sex with men while knowing he was HIV-positive.  Never did a punishment seem so ill-fitting. …

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