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The Easterner responds

This week’s edition of the Loudoun Easterner, one of the local newspapers that published the offensive “church” ad targeting the GLBT community, contains an editorial addressing the public outrage it generated. The editor reveals an interesting piece of information, referring … Continue reading

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Equality Virginia lends a hand

Statewide advocacy organization Equality Virginia issued this alert yesterday. The use of our local newspapers to attack our families and mislead Loudoun residents is a serious matter, and allied organizations are responding accordingly. Three Loudoun County Papers Print Full Page … Continue reading

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More letters condemning “church” ad

Updated as appropriate. I have the feeling that this is just the tip of an iceburg… Leesburg/Ashburn Today July 4, 2007 By Joy Cobb, Purcellville I am surprised that an ad (June 22) created by a group that calls themselves … Continue reading

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What were they thinking?

This letter is in response to a full page advertisement that has appeared in some Loudoun newspapers, including the Leesburg Today, Ashburn Today, and Loudoun Easterner. As one reader commented, “When I first saw this ad, I thought it had … Continue reading

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Gone too far?

Update: A comment that was posted here pseudonymously accused candidate for Loudoun County Sheriff Greg Ahlemann (Pastor Jay Ahlemann’s son) of being anti-gay and racist, and of having a tattoo that he won’t show to anyone. He asked us to … Continue reading

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