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This community has long been vilified by those opposed to LGBT rights and is too often the target of hate.” .
Homosexuals, lesbians, and cross-dressers are now ‘martyrs’ but those opposed to LGBT rights, that is Christians worth their salt, are “villains,” “haters,” and “extremists.” Trump has hitched his pitch to the homo bandwagon in America’s history its citizens ever affirmed the ability of people to “love who they want” and “express their identity.” For ever since the founding of America up until only a few years ago, the notion that men and women could “love” those of the same sex, was rejected; and the idea that males could “express their identity” as females, was refused. Christians become the bad guys, queers become the good guys.
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