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May 28th, 2012
04:28 PM ET

Debating gay rights over dinner

 On Thursday, same-sex marriage opponent Tony Perkins told Brooke he had never been to the home of a married, same-sex couple.  After hearing that, Jennifer Chrisler, the leader of an LGBT group, sent a letter inviting Perkins to her home for dinner.  She says that by "breaking bread together," she hopes to open up the conversation, and give Perkins a glimpse into the life of a same-sex couple.


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