Sara Burlingame

Human Rights Campaign

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Faith Organizer with the Human Rights Campaign, an advocacy group for LGBT rights, and the only non-Mormon blogger at Feminist Mormon Housewives, a major website for Mormon feminism

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It's been seven years since the Mormon Church financed the anti-gay-marriage measure Proposition 8, in California. Times have changed.

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It's been seven years since the Mormon Church financed the anti-gay-marriage measure Proposition 8, in California. Times have changed.

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