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Dangerous Liaisons The American Religious Right & the Criminalization of Homosexuality in Belize Dangerous Liaisons The American Religious Right & the Criminalization of Homosexuality in Belize

Date added: 08/29/2013
Date modified: 08/29/2013
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Dangerous LiasionsJuly 2013, 26 pages

American hard-line religious groups and individuals have increasingly shifted their attention to nations, where anti-gay attitudes are much stronger
and violence against the LGBT community far too common. In places like Uganda, where legislators
since 2009 have been pushing a law that would impose the death penalty for the Orwellian offense of
“aggravated homosexuality,” U.S. religious ideologues have given aid and comfort to the authors of barbaric
legislation. More and more, they are doing the same in other countries around the globe.
Now, this international battle over the constitutionality of anti-sodomy laws has moved to Belize

The legal battle in Belize is only the latest in a wider
struggle that is simultaneously being waged in countries
in Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America,
among other regions.

Christian Role Models Christian Role Models

Date added: 03/04/2016
Date modified: 03/04/2016
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christian role models2015, 48 pages

From Stonewall, UK, comes this compelling booklet, which tells the compelling stories of 20 very different people from around the world, each of whom has found a different view of Christianity from the hostile stance toward LGBT people that is common among conservative Christians.

The book focuses on the experiences of Christians from across the world. Their backgrounds and religious traditions are all different: some are priests, some are in relationships, some have been imprisoned. Some of the people in this book identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans, and others are the staunchest of allies. But what they all share is a belief that God is love and acceptance.

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