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What Do We Really Think About Homosexuality?

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What Do We Really Think About Homosexuality?

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What Do We Really Think About Homosexuality?

What Do We Really Think About Homosexuality?

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When Gen. Peter Pace called homosexuality immoral, he prompted outrage, protest and support. The statement started a debate about what straight Americans really think about gays and lesbians, and how attitudes have changed.

Guests:

Nathaniel Frank, senior researcher at the Michael D. Palm Center at University of California, Santa Barbara. He also teaches a class at NYU about homosexuality and politics.

Richard Mouw, president of Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, Calif.