It's time for LGBT people to demand change from leadership

03/20/2009 | Washington Blade (Washington, D.C.)

An all-or-nothing approach to LGBT issues may "feel good emotionally in the short term" but it's "corrosive and destructive to the long-term efforts to build a country where sexual orientation no longer matters," a pair of former Log Cabin Republican activists write. Christopher Barron and Jimmy LaSalvia call for gay conservatives to engage in party building with the GOP while also forging ties with the broader gay community.

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