Stranger at the Gate: To Be Gay and Christian in America - Chapter Twelve, 1990-91, One Last Year of Silence Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twelve, 1990-91, One Last Year of Silence Summary and Analysis

In 1990, Gary and White moved to Laguna Beach, a gay-friendly town. Lyla freed him and his struggle was over. He was finally content to be gay. But now White struggler with whether he should simply live a private life or speak up to help others who suffered like he did.

White continued to write for many people on the Religious Right, such as writing speeches for Oliver North. The Religious Right started to make increasingly false and outrageous claims about homosexuality. White started to collect samples of the hate speech. Robertson followed Falwell in talking about homosexuality, as did James Dobson. They said that homosexuals wanted to recruit children into homosexuality for instance, all while maintaining that they had no desire to discriminate. White came to believe...

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