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Nikki Haley, one of the few sane people — and even fewer women — in top positions in the Trump administration and a former Republican South Carolina governor, resigned this week as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations. You’re asking yourself, What has that to do with LGBT issues? One of her votes was blood- chilling.

  

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Attention LGBT media, mainstream media: Don’t you think it’s time to stop asking softball questions of the leadership of the Catholic Church? Let me give you some examples:

 

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Most of the world has finally begun to laugh at the idea of “praying away the gay.” That is, with the exception of Philadelphia Archbishop Charles J. Chaput. The celebrated homophobe has taken a step back to the 1950s with his own “pray the gay away” campaign.

 

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Philly Archbishop Chaput and his wacky “pray-the-gay-away” campaign has scheduled workshops for his priests — sort of a how-to session. Please take note, ACT UP, along with those who care about the separation of church and state, the nonprofit status of the church and most importantly, those victims of sexual abuse by the church, since I’m about to spill the beans.

 

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New allegations that Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted a woman add to the mounting reasons that Brett Kavanaugh is no ally to women, despite Senate Republicans’ desperate attempts to paint him as such in order to downplay the very real threat he poses to Roe v. Wade. Many senators, including Senators Susan Collins and Lisa Murkowski, have rightfully taken strong stands in the past on behalf of women and survivors everywhere in light of the #MeToo movement and a wave of brave survivors coming forward to hold accountable those responsible.
 

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