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Justin W. Lee (b. 9/7/77) is the founder of The Gay Christian Network (GCN), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides resources and support to gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Christians. According to the GCN website "We also work with churches and other Christian organizations to help educate the Christian community about sexual orientation issues from a Biblical standpoint." Lee founded GayChristian.net in August, 2001 to "build a supportive community to support fellow gay Christians in their Christian walks."
He was raised in a Southern Baptist home, and graduated from Wake Forest University in 2000 where he was an active member of the campus InterVarsity Christian Fellowship as well as the Gay-Straight Alliance. In 2006, Lee was a part of the "Gay-to-Straight Debate" on the Dr. Phil Show and December 12, 2006 was featured in the New York Times an article titled "Gay and Seeking a Place Among Evangelicals."
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