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Re: The homophobic thread :>

Unread post by Vrede too » Sun Apr 08, 2018 11:25 am

So many liberals, so little time. :P


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Unread post by Vrede too » Thu Jun 07, 2018 11:57 am

So many liberals, so little time. :P

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Unread post by Vrede too » Thu Jun 14, 2018 11:39 pm

Headline you NEVER expected to see:
Utah's Hatch urges support for LGBT youth in Senate speech

... Hatch said Wednesday that the suicide epidemic is especially acute among LGBT teens as he spoke in favor of a proposal that would create a national suicide prevention hotline.

"No one should ever feel less because of their gender identity or sexual orientation," said Hatch, according to a recording of the speech. "LGBT youth deserve our unwavering love and support. They deserve our validation and the assurance that not only is there a place for them in this society, but that it is far better off because of them."

Hatch last week applauded the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in favor of a Colorado baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. In 1988, he called the Democratic Party the "the party of homosexuals" in a derisive comment he later said he regretted....

Last year, Hatch defended transgender people after President Donald Trump Tweeted that he would not "accept or allow" transgender people to serve in the U.S. military.

"These young people need us — and we desperately need them," Hatch said Wednesday. "We need their light to illuminate the richness and diversity of God's creations. We need the grace, beauty and brilliance they bring to the world."

... Hatch said people should not just "tolerate, but love," no matter if a person is a religious conservative or secular liberal. LGBT youth deserve acceptance for who they are, which he said wasn't a choice but how they were born.

"If there were ever a time to show our LGBT friends just how much we love them, it is now in a world where millions suffer in silence," Hatch said. "We owe it to each other to love loudly."
Good for him, but it also looks like rstrong was correct about how soon the GOP will claim to have always been gay tolerant. A lot of them won't be cynical, they'll actually believe it.
So many liberals, so little time. :P

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