Virtual Activism.

“Prompted by their church’s support for a California initiative to ban gay marriage, some Mormons are voicing opposition to the proposed ban on the Internet — saying in cyberspace what they might not be able to express in church buildings. ‘We need a place where people can have a discussion and get information,’ said Laura Compton, a contributor at MormonsforMarriage.com. ‘And people need to know that it’s not coming from an anti-Mormon place, or a gay Castro district place. It’s coming from a faithful place.'” [AP]

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2 Comments

  • david humphrey

    and THANK YOU to these people to have the balls to stand up and respectfully disagree. It is hopeful to see the lines of division are not so clearly drawn.

  • Charley

    Sorry it took a gay son’s suicide to wake them up. If you go to the website you will read their stories.

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