If it played a role in advancing cultural acceptance of LGBTQ films, then its own success threatened to render it obsolete.
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Gay and lesbian entertainment is now less of a niche and more blended with the mainstream.
The Southern Baptist church that rents historic Fletcher Hall each Sunday morning will peacefully find other accommodations during the NCGLFF's opening weekend.
That has forced the movement back on the defensive less than a year after its greatest success: the Supreme Court's 5-4 decision in “To some, this is the next front in the war," says David Stacy, government affairs director at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest gay rights organization.
“Some of the intensity on the other side, some of the emotional intensity, comes from that.”Both sides in the battle say it's about individual rights — LGBT rights to live free from discrimination, and religious or moral rights to live free from government interference.
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WASHINGTON — When the Supreme Court declared a constitutional right to same-sex marriage last June, the man who won the leading case warned that opponents would find new ways to push back.“We will have to continue the fight,” Jim Obergefell said then — and he was right.
For nearly a year, seesaw battles over religious exemptions and transgender rights have replaced what had been the gay rights movement's steady progress in winning protections against discrimination in states and cities.
Legislative and legal skirmishes have been triggered by an intransigent Alabama chief justice and a defiant Kentucky county clerk, a Colorado baker and a Washington State florist, and most recently a conservative backlash that has traveled east from Texas to Mississippi to North Carolina."We never thought this had to do with just marriage," says Kristen Waggoner, senior vice president of legal advocacy at Alliance Defending Freedom, which represents many gay rights opponents in court.