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February 25, 2013

Bishop Simeon Hall said family problems makes people gay in the Bahamas and that gay marriage 'deteriorates' the 'social order'

Simeon Hall, a Bahamas Bishop, said that spousal abuse, incest and rape in families causes gayness which is apparently is on the rise in the Caribbean islands state.

Hall stated ysterday (24 February)  that the family structure must be overhauled to prevent a ‘homosexual avalanche’ in the Bahamas.

He was quoted in the Tribune 242 as saying: ‘Strong, loving functional families are the last bastion against the homosexual avalanche.

June 4, 2012

Mormons Building Bridges came out in their Sunday best and celebrated the LGBT community

Over 300 Mormon allies dropped their bibles and marched in Utah’s Gay Pride parade on Sunday (3 June).

The group Mormons Building Bridges said they wanted to send a message of love to the LGBT community, saying it was compatible with their faith.

It is the first time such a large group has participated in the Salt Lake City event, the Salt Lake Tribune reported.

March 7, 2012

Minnesota school district makes national case for anti-gay bullying 'blueprint'

Six American students will share $270,000 (£171,679, €205,495) after being harassed in their school because of ‘nonconformity’.

This has resulted in ground-breaking changes in Minnesota, designed to prevent gay bullying in what federal officials are calling a national model.

Minnesota’s largest school district, Anoka-Hennepin, approved a legal agreement with the federal government which has been investigating the district for human rights violations, The Star Tribune reported.