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(user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay readers on 04/10/2012 tagged with religion
During the first months of this year a newspaper in El Salvador published the interview with a christian pastor , Reina de Salazar - member of the Christ of the Nations church based in Dallas, TX.
I was astonished to read that according to this pastor "Homosexuality is a disease", so all these people should treated like that.
Mrs Reina de Salazar runs a church in El Salvador and often comes to the US to collect donations for her church. I invite you to read the article - it would be available translated if needed.


"If we are to speak scientifically I prefer that homosexuality is a disease"
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movimiento trans (user currently living in EL SALVADOR) posted for gay transgender straight readers on 26/07/2010 tagged with teaching lgbt rights in schools, hate crime and violence prevention, hiv/aids , gender identity, human rights, sexual orientation +5
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