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Study says LGBT people find most US faiths unfriendly

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Religion News Service
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June 18, 2013

GLAAD News and Faith Initiatives Director Ross Murray says he thinks the sense of unfriendliness comes in part from the loudest voices of faith speaking through an anti-gay frame. Religious groups that support gays and lesbians, as a GLAAD study found last year, get far less media attention.

“The leading anti-gay voices always put it in religious terms, which taints how people view religion,” Murray said.

Check out GLAAD's Missing Voices study of LGBT sentiment from religious voices in mainstream media.