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I want to tell you that it is not," Jim Swilley said in a video shot in the nondenominational megachuch Swilley founded 25 years ago. Though Swilley said coming out was a decision he's struggled with since childhood, he made the announcement last month not for personal reasons -- he said he hopes to save lives. The year-old founder of Church in the Now in Conyers, Ga. Online, those hateful messages have been drowned out by an outpouring of support. Swilley has recently reached his 5,friend limit on Facebook and his wall is adorned with praise for his decision to come out.
It was an unlikely partnership. As the gay community blossomed in New York City in the s, members had few places to gather publicly. Shunned and criminalized by the broader culture, LGBT people were eager for any spot where they could safely come together.