Tag Archives: Gender & Sexuality

DOMA: Is the fight over?

Unfortunately the fight over just the definition of marriage is not over. I think it is obvious that it is only a battle that has been won. Just look at voter’s rights, abortion rights and other issues in which the fight will seemingly never end.

We have become an increasingly polarized nation with people sitting in their own camps, unwilling to budge in any direction because they are “right.”

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Ex-gay group Exodus International shuts down, president apologizes

Exodus International, a group that bills itself as “the oldest and largest Christian ministry dealing with faith and homosexuality,” announced late Wednesday (June 19) that it’s shutting its doors.

Exodus’s board unanimously agreed to close the ministry and begin a separate one, though details about a new ministry focused on gender and sexuality are still being worked out.

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Study says gays find most U.S. faiths unfriendly

Gay Americans are much less religious than the general U.S. population, and about three in 10 of them say they have felt unwelcome in a house of worship, a new study shows.

The Pew Research Center’s study, released Thursday (June 13), details how gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Americans view many of the country’s prominent faiths: in a word, unfriendly.

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