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Not All Like That? If You Say So
Founder and editor, Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents
When I first heard about Dan Savage's NALT ("Not All Like That") Christians Project, which features videos by Christians who are not anti-LGBT haters, I was very skeptical. In fact, I was so skeptical that I ignored it. But I had this niggling curiosity.
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When Being a 'NALT' Christian Ally Isn't Enough
Rev. Emily C. Heath
Clergy, United Church of Christ
Supported by Dan Savage, who created the "It Gets Better" project, and headed by John Shore, a pastor and straight ally, Not All Like That is to spread the word that "not all Christians are like that." That is, not all Christians are homophobic and believe LGBT people shouldn't have rights.
NALT: A How-To Manual for Your Church
Francisco J. Tirado
Writer and blogger
In addition to being a term for pro-LGBT Christians, "NALT" is a newly launched Web movement for allies of faith to publicize their support for the LGBT community. "NALT" is a term that can be adopted for your own purposes in promoting LGBT rights at your church.
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