22 Pages Posted: 7 Jul 2012
Date Written: July 6, 2012
Much of the LGBT legal equality movement has focused on non-religious arguments. While that has netted gains in a purely legal sense, the broader - and more desirable - goal of social equality will remain elusive if the LGBT movement does not turn the religious argument around. In other words, LGBT proponents need to understand how to utilize religion to forward their causes, rather than ignore how opponents use it on the other side.
Keywords: Civil rights and discrimination, human rights law, sexuality and the law, religion
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