A reader sends the video above. Another writes:

I'm a Democrat, liberal, progressive Christian, and the rector of my Episcopal church. My husband and I also posted a video to Dan Savage's project, because we felt it is important to show that people of deep Christian faith can also be gay, out, proud, and ... HAPPY.

I think Dan is right, however: That Christians (or people of any faith, or no faith) who are silent in the face of bigotry or stereotype-engendered bullying are complicit. Parents who don't say to their kids, "That is wrong. Do not say that again," are complicit. Parents who allow their ministers to preach intolerance are complicit. And that complicity leads to tragedy.

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