Newsletters / ULC Newsletter - July, 2017

Society's played by a certain set of rules for years. Now, those are being tossed out.
This month we look at people doing things they're told they shouldn't: from young Mormons coming out of the closet, to cannibals, to… peaceful gay couples asking for cake?

Crush Thy Father's Commandments

A statue of the 10 Commandments on state property was destroyed within hours of being erected. Oh, and the vandal live-streamed it.
Have You Seen the Video?

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Mormon, Gay, and 12 Years Old

Mormon, Gay, and 12 Years Old

When a 12-year-old girl stood in front of her Mormon congregation to announce she was gay, church officials ordered that her mic be shut off and that she sit down.
Did They Screw Up?

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SCOTUS Said Gay Couples Could Eat Wedding Cake, Now They'll Decide Whether They Can Buy It

The Supreme Court is getting ready to hear the case of a Colorado baker who refused to make a cake for a gay wedding. This important decision could redefine the idea of "religious freedom" as we know it.
Should Discrimination Be Legal?

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"X" Marks the Spot

Oregon will become the first state in the U.S. to officially recognize a third gender: "X". But opponents say the policy ignores basic biology.
Which Side Are You On?

Funding Fundamentalists

Churches can now receive taxpayer money, thanks to a Supreme Court ruling. Critics argue they have no right to public funds.
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No Reservations

We explore a unique sect of Hinduism found in northern India. Members openly practice cannibalism, eat feces, and drink from skulls.

You Want Curry With That?

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