All Prejean ever really decided to do was answer a question honestly. That should not have to be a brave decision. But it was. And she should be applauded and defended for making it. Why aren’t groups like the National Organization for Women using this opportunity to show that they actually care about women, and not ideology? The moment Prejean came under attack for a video she sent a boyfriend in years past — an incident she’s called “the biggest mistake” of her life — they should have come to her defense in outrage. Enough!
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