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3 Ugly Myths About LGBTQ Allies

You Really Can be an Ally and Still be Yourself

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Being known as an LGBTQ ally is uncomfortable for many people. It can be downright scary.

I was talking to a parent the other day who was frightened of losing her Christian friends if she called herself an ally. And keeping your most…




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