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Dan Savage Should Not Apologize For His 'Mean' Bible Comments (VIDEO)

Post by Sasha Brown-Worsham Dan Savage, the writer and activist who launched the 'It Gets Better' project and has been outspoken about gay rights, caused a huge stir at the National High School Journalist Conference in Seattle when he openly bashed the parts of the bible that say being gay is "wrong." A number of kids walked out of the speech, some even cried, but Savage kept on going.
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