Francesca Grifo

Director of the Union of Concerned Scientists' Scientific Integrity Program

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Senior Scientist and Director of the Scientific Integrity Program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, a nonprofit advocacy group of scientists and citizens

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More than a decade ago, Dr. James Holsinger wrote a paper for the Methodist Church claiming that gay-male sex was inherently unsafe.

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