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Many have since criticized Spacey for connecting his behavior with homosexuality.
Strange struggles to create energy among Republican voters, and Moore’s outspoken opposition to homosexuality has turned off the business wing of the party.
Clifton United Methodist Church, whose membership overwhelmingly supports its pastor, said the case may be the first time in denominational history that a charge relating to homosexuality reached the investigative body and was dismissed.
In New York, state and federal judges scrapped the imputation of homosexuality as grounds for defamation in 2012.
Leonardo’s homosexuality further distanced him from the orthodoxy of his times.
The church leader’s attorney said the allegations were untrue, and that Fenner wanted to punish the church for condemning his homosexuality.
But rabbis have long debated the correct approach to homosexuality, and more liberal streams of Judaism, arguing that ancient laws need to allow room for new understandings, have embraced gay members and perform gay weddings.
Fifty years ago, the majority of psychiatrists, and the majority of people, were absolutely certain that homosexuality was a mental disorder.
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