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Lesbian teacher bans cross jewelry, plasters class with LGBT propaganda

The Christian religious liberty defense group Liberty Counsel sent a demand letter to the Hillsborough County Public Schools on Thursday to protest a lesbian activist teacher who allegedly banned some of her students from wearing Christian jewelry and turned her classroom into an intolerant, pro-LGBTQ propaganda zone.

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Why You Can’t Meet The Health Professionals Who Object To Transing Kids

Transgender rights have been in the news often, whether it’s over bathrooms or Boy Scouts. Many people wish would this mind-numbing pile of issues would just go away, either because the concept of anyone being transgender is unsettling, or because it seems like such a trivial problem in comparison with everything else.

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Gender and personal identity: two views

In Amoris Laetitia, the Apostolic Exhortation published last year, Pope Francis rejected any theory of gender that ‘denies the difference and the reciprocity in nature of a man and a woman’. Quoting the Catechism of the Church, he said that ‘biological sex and the socio-cultural role of sex (gender) can be distinguished but not separated’.[1] […]

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Why Christians Object To Participating In A Same-Sex Wedding (It Isn’t Bigotry)

One popular way to resolve the tension between same-sex marriage and religious freedom is to criticize the motivations of religious believers. Usually that criticism is based upon, at best, ignorance about what those believers actually believe or, at worse, a purposeful distortion of their convictions.

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Why Are So Many Lesbians Getting Pregnant?

10One’s sexual orientation is supposed to be locked in and unchangeable, like sex, race, or ethnicity. But high pregnancy rates among lesbians confound that narrative.

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Families a frequently ignored resource in helping LGBTQ youth avoid suicide, depression

LGBT youth are especially prone to suicide risk because of alienation, self-doubt and a host of other factors, and need as much help as possible from family support systems to overcome those risks, presenters said Tuesday at a suicide prevention conference.

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Montana Legislature Passes Joint Resolution Declaring New ABA Rule 8.4(G) Unconstitutional

In October 2016, the Supreme Court of Montana proposed the adoption of ABA Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(g). That new rule, which the ABA adopted at its 2016 annual meeting, would make it professional misconduct for a lawyer to “engage in conduct that the lawyer knows or reasonably should know is harassment or discrimination on […]

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A Suicide in Texas

By denying students due process, American universities stand on the edge of a constitutional crisis.

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