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A little over 12 years ago, began noticing there was little resistance to the ever-invasive right-wing rhetoric that uses religion as a weapon to dismantle LGBTQ progress. “Writing is the best thing I do,” he recalls thinking. “It’s my gift. So why not give it to my community?” In 2006, the South Carolina-based McEwen launched the blog , and has since become one of the loudest voices and

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