Religious Freedom and LGBT Rights Continue to Coexist

Jennifer C. Pizer

Conservative religious voices have been condemning same-sex relationships since long before the marriage equality movement gained traction in the United States. As the freedom to marry became a reality for lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people in more and more states, some of those religious voices began to call for exemptions from secular laws to permit continued discrimination against those seeking to marry, or married to, a same-sex spouse.

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