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“Not only do each of these people have a strong background in advocacy and community organizing, they each have very specialized skills that will allow us to better meet the needs of a diverse LGBT community throughout the state.”Bios of each from Georgia Equality website below: Rob Woods, Senior Field Organizer Rob Woods grew up in the Tampa Bay, Florida area, graduating from Tampa Jefferson High School. Rob’s foray into social justice began as a socially conscious student in the nation’s Capitol during the early the 1990’s.A summer internship with the National Rainbow Coalition’s Citizenship Education Fund quickly became a staff position as public relations coordinator.From this, the media have concluded that marrying your first cousin is "OK." Is it?
Emily Halden Brown came on in December to take over Elliott’s safe schools and youth engagement work.Now a study by the National Society of Genetic Counselors says that having a child with your first cousin raises the risk of a significant birth defect from about 3-to-4 percent to about 4-to-7 percent.According to the authors, that difference isn't big enough to justify genetic testing of cousin couples, much less bans on cousin marriage.She is a limited licensed professional counselor, certified addictions counselor, and certified biblical counselor with experience in individual, family, and group counseling.Bill Butterworth is a communicator, addressing such clients as Disney, Microsoft, American Express, Ford, and teams in the National Football League. Bill’s books include Doug Easterday has ministered in over fifteen different nations on several topics, including forgiveness, marriage, and raising godly children. Emlet is a counselor at the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF) in Glenside, Pennsylvania.
Often, you have to change your opinions on related issues in order to honor that principle, or you have to throw out the principle and change your mind about the original question. You can't appeal to the Bible; in the Bible, God commands marriages between first cousins.