The Christian-affiliated charity has a checkered past on LGBTQ+ issues.
December 08 2020 4:35 PM
Founded over 150 years ago, the Salvation Army has organized millions of people in the service of Christian charity. However, the group's gay history is complicated. There are a dozen or so cases of it directly discriminating against LGBT people, firing an employee because of her bisexuality, recommending conversion therapy for LGBT youth, and refusing to comply with anti-LGBT discrimination ordinances in San Francisco. Follow The Advocate for more about this organization's troubled record.