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Religious Freedom Bill Enslaving

With the public’s growing acceptance of same-sex marriage, there seems to be a desperate push to put into operation draconian outdated (1993) religious protection laws. Already passed by twenty states, this law prevents people from being compelled to provide such services such as catering or photography for same-sex weddings.  It allows business, for example, to…

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Are Straight Kids “Hurting” With Same-Sex Parents?

Heather Barwick seems to think so.  Now, a mother of four in South Carolina, Heather, a heterosexual, whose mother left Heather’s father for another woman, does not support gay marriage. Despite being raised in a liberal community in the ‘80’s and 90’s by her lesbian mother and her partner, in a time with collapsed boundaries,…

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It’s Not About Being Irish

New York City’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is 253 years old this March 17th.  Saint Patrick’s Day or Feast of St. Patrick is a cultural and religious celebration of the traditional death date of  St. Patrick (c.AD 385-461), the foremost patron saint of Ireland. What It’s Become What started out as a celebration of Irish…

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Is Pride School Atlanta Another Form of Segregation?

I recently read that Atlanta was going to create the region’s first non-profit school for LGBTQQIA educators, students and families.  Called Pride School Atlanta, it would cater to pre-K to 8 students. Pride Atlanta, a private school, is still raising money in hopes for opening its doors, in town on Piedmont Road, for the 2015-6…

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Your Child Should Come Out To His Doctor

You want the best for your LGBT child, not only for his mental health, but also for his physical health as well. Your family physician is usually the prime care provider for LGBT youth from the ages of 15 to 24. Lesbian Health Issues Aside from family acceptance being a protective factor against depression, substance…

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