Winning over anti-LGBT Americans is important

11/20/2012 | Advocate.com

Having made remarkable headway in influencing the “movable middle,” LGBT advocates now must expand their efforts by reaching out to those who subscribe to irrational and rigid homophobic ideologies, writes Nathaniel Frank, a visiting scholar at Columbia's Center for Gender and Sexuality Law. “We can’t afford to leave the antigay beliefs of over 100 million Americans intact. We don’t have the luxury to write off the last third of the American population,” he argues, citing the damage that population still inflicts on LGBT youth.

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