Cavan Sieczkowski | Huffington Post | December 17, 2015
A conservative researcher thinks it is harder to come out as a Christian in the United States nowadays than it is to come out as gay.
Ryan Anderson, a senior research fellow with The Heritage Foundation, sat down with The Atlantic for the LGBT Summit in Washington D.C. last week to talk about civil rights and his opposition to the Equality Act, which he thinks is a detriment to those who follow Abrahamic religions.
“Part of freedom is going to have to be the right to disagree about the truth,” he said. “Gays and lesbians need to be free to live and love how they want to, but other people need to be free to live, and to work, and to run schools and charities in accordance with their beliefs. It needs to be a two-way street.”