In Bowling Green, Kentucky, a Hell House is being staged in a shopping
>mall by Victory Hill Ministries, but students from Western Kentucky
>University's Lambda Society have been picketing in protest. Lambda
>President Matthew Leffler told the Evansville, Indiana "Courier" that,
>"A lot of impressionalbe people are going to this thinking it's a
>haunted house for fun. Instead, they are going to get a political
>statement from very warp-minded fundamentalists."
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Matthew Leffler, president of the Lambda Society at Western Kentucky University, told the commission that his organization began pushing for an antidiscrimination ordinance in Bowling Green after Louisville and Lexington adopted similar measures earlier this year. He also noted that other governments, including the city of Henderson and Jefferson County, are expected to pass so-called fairness ordinances next week. The Lambda Society, a gay student group, recently sent Bowling Green commissioners packets of information about laws in other cities. Leffler said he has not received much feedback from the officials.
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Lambda Society President Matthew Leffler, who helped organize the protest, said that while he believes church members have a right to minister, they are sending the wrong message.
"Obviously we want to send a direct message to Victory Hill," he said. "That direct message is that the Bowling Green community does not want this in Bowling Green.
"Maybe next year they'll stop and think: 'Do we want to do this again?'"
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Welp....I guess I know I have a name for myself.......a gay, fake college, temporary protester. ( rolling eyes ) ... great. :-)