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People’s minds or attitudes change when meet people like me or my moms. They learn they don’t have anything to be afraid of from us. Because it’s fear, at the most fundamental level, that enables and perpetuates negative attitudes toward LGBT people. And fear changes when they meet real people like my moms, and can connect the idea with a real face and a real story. They learn we’re more alike than different.

Zach Wahls is No “Straight Ally”
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    This is the guy who gave the awesome speech! He was very articulate; I’m definitely going to read if I get a chance.
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    Such a good boy…
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