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Yahoo! Groups Owned by "Billionaire Homosexual Activist "

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  • Laura
    This is a part of a longer article but it shows how the gay rgoups are being funded. It should be noted that many of our ex gay sites use yahoo but it should
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 1, 2007
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      This is a part of a longer article but it shows
      how the gay rgoups are being funded. It should
      be noted that many of our ex gay sites use yahoo
      but it should be known that Democrats and few gay
      activist own this yahoo.


      "Geocities" Yahoo! GeoCities is a free web hosting service founded
      by gay activitst David Bohnett.

      In its original form, site users selected a "city" in which to place
      their webpages; the "cities" being named after cities or regions
      according to their content — for example, computer-related sites
      were placed in "SiliconValley" and those dealing with entertainment
      were assigned to "Hollywood" — hence the name of the site; however,
      this feature has since been abandoned.


      David Bohnett, who founded the Geocities website and gave the Dean
      PAC $5,000. He also underwrites the National Lesbian & Gay
      Journalists Association, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against
      Defamation, and the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Educational Network.

      Another is Tim Gill, founder of the Gill Foundation, who hosted a
      meeting for Dean with "gay philanthropists" in May 2002 when he was
      planning his run for the White House. The foundation was started
      with $80 million from Gill, the founder of Quark, Inc., a computer
      software company worth $500 million. The Gill Foundation, which now
      claims assets of $260 million, has been described as the largest
      funder of gay and lesbian causes in the United States.

      The Gill Foundation's "Outgiving" project had given a grant to
      Lippert's Samara Foundation to host a series of workshops in Vermont
      on the subject of funding homosexual organizations. Out in the
      Mountains, Vermont's homosexual newspaper, said the workshops
      marked "the first time an entire state has been chosen for the
      project."

      In March 2000, the National Lesbian and Gay Community Funding
      Partnership Fund, a project of the Astraea Foundation, unveiled a
      plan to make $300,000 available to the Samara Foundation and the
      Vermont Community Foundation, which then announced their
      own "Vermont Unity Project" to benefit pro-homosexual groups in the
      state.

      Members of the Funding Partnership include the Collin Higgins
      Foundation, Columbia Foundation, David Geffen Foundation, Levi
      Strauss Foundation, Joyce Mertz Gilmore Foundation, Gill Foundation,
      and the Open Society Institute of George Soros.
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