July 20, 2012 at 4:09 pm EDT | by Phil Reese
Anti-gay group considers Google boycott


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AFA radio manager, Buster Wilson, reacting to Google’s “Legalize Love” campaign meant to end laws criminalizing homosexuality.

TUPELO, Miss. — The manager of American Family Association radio, Buster Wilson, suggested that the organization boycott internet search giant Google, according to LGBT blog The New Civil Rights Movement.

The statement was in reaction to Google’s “Legalize Love” campaign, meant to raise awareness of laws criminalizing homosexuality around the world, in hopes of eliminating those laws. Wilson suggested that the boycott would “test the meat” of his supporters’ “convictions,” as he suggests Google products, from calendar to Android phones, are in wide use at the fundamentalist Christian group. 


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