Author Nicholas Sparks apologized on Monday for a string of homophobic emails published last week by the Daily Beast in which he discussed blocking the formation of a group for LGBTQ students and stamping out student protest at the faith-based school he co-founded in North Carolina, the Epiphany School of Global Studies. Sparks, who has written 11 best-selling romance novels that have been adapted into Hollywood films, chastised Mr. As a result of that suit, several e-mails from me have been released to the public that on the surface, portray me as someone intolerant of having an LGBTQ club at the school. Unfortunately, the ongoing lawsuit constrains what I can reveal about the specific circumstances six years ago that gave rise to these emails, but I very much want to articulate my beliefs and share where my heart is on this matter. I believe in and unreservedly support the principle that all individuals should be free to love, marry and have children with the person they choose, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation. This is and has always been a core value of mine.
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Two emails that we have received about homosexuality
Washington Blade photo by Michael Key. Although the Democratic presidential front-runner was included in these email discussions among her aides, only a single response from her on LGBT issues was found in the batch most recently made public. She may have given input offline in another capacity. In the latest email batch, one exchange between between Clinton adviser Cheryl Mills and then-Assistant Secretary of State Johnnie Carson reveals a discussion in December over the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda and efforts to convince President Yoweri Museveni to prevent it from becoming law. We need some outreach unless I am missing what is being done in dept.
The man in question, a director at logistical company Gartner KG, was charged with unlawful disclosure of personal information, Spanish daily 20minutos reported on Tuesday. He was however acquitted of slander despite having referred to the two employees he spied on as "sick". According to the judge, it couldn't be completely proven that he uttered the term with the intent of "insulting or undermining" the men. It was the fact that he intentionally accessed their email addresses without permission and passed on alleged proof of their homosexuality to his superiors that has landed the accused a jail sentence. In correspondence with Gartner KG's head office in Austria, the man said the emails included "incredibly filthy content" and showed concern over the fact that both men "unfortunately get on very well".
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