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GLAAD's Jeremy Hooper gets into some of the nitty gritty of former "ex-gay" activist Yvette Cantu Schneider's work, her feelings toward the anti-LGBT movement, and what she has to say to those who she might have hurt.
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GLAAD's Special Projects Coordinator and curator of the Commentator Accountability Project, Jeremy Hooper, recently talked to CNN about how being a parent has changed his life, and perhaps even his brain activity.
Yvette Cantu Schneider has one of the most robust pedigrees of anyone who has ever worked in the so-called "ex-gay" movement. Yvette has reached out to GLAAD to share her story—one that will come as a shock to her former colleagues and allies.
GLAAD's Special Projects Coordinator, Jeremy Hooper, talks about balancing the responsibilities of fatherhood with his continued passion for LGBT equality
Tony and the organization he heads both work to tell the world that certain kinds of families are wrong, certain kinds are in danger, and certain kinds of humans are unfit for adoption (and most other areas of life). Tony Perkins is waging a rhetorical assault on my family.
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While the "gay propaganda" law is quite shocking, I really to have to wonder: is it really all that far removed from what American anti-LGBT activists are saying and seeking? Jeremy Hooper comments.
Jeremy Hooper examines how having a child has dramatically changed his LGBT advocacy work. He's not just advocating for himself. He's advocating for her.
The anti-LGBT movement has gone well beyond the bounds of politics, and, increasingly, have become a movement built around personal denigration.