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Jesus and the bathroom

Despite reassurances to the LGBTQ community that President Donald Trump is “respectful and supportive of LGBTQ rights,” the Obama administration’s 2016 guidance about transgender students has been rescinded by the Departments of Justice & Education.

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The Episcopal Bishops of North Carolina on the anti-LGBT law in that state

… our hearts are grieved by the actions of the North Carolina General Assembly which, we believe, far from protecting public safety, actually contribute to prejudice and misunderstanding toward our neighbors whose gender identity is more complicated than the simple matter of anatomy. We salute the courage of those who have to navigate such a complicated matter in such public ways.

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