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Bill Donohue made a really big deal about his intention to march in the NYC Pride March this summer. But now Bill has pulled out. Why?
Leading anti-LGBT activist and head of the Catholic League, Bill Donohue, has applied to march in the 45th annual NYC LGBT Pride March. His plan was to march with a banner that reads “Straight is Great.”
Pope Francis is messing with the narrative that anti-LGBT activists and leaders have been building. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Bill Donohue are scrambling to explain how nothing has changed, when in fact, it has.
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CNN's Chris Cuomo invited Catholic League President Bill Donohue onto his show to actively challenge his extremist statements. The context was discussion of the recently-vetoed Arizona 'license to discriminate" law.
Bill Donohue, as the head and pretty much lone voice of the Catholic League, has spent the past many years obsessing about LGBT people. After Pope Francis called for an end to "obsession" about LGBT people, Chris Cuomo asked Donohue if he was changing his tone.