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But their influence is widespread—as Stanley points out, Wayne Grudem, an evangelical theologian at Phoenix Seminary, once described Sovereign Grace Ministries “as an example of the way churches ought to work.” In response to the investigation, executive director of Sovereign Grace Churches Mark Prater pointed TIME to a lengthy statement he made in 2014 denying that Sovereign Grace leaders “conspired to cover up” sexual abuse.
“Yes, we have been the target of misinformed critique in both the secular and Christian media, and more will likely come,” he stated.
Wherever we can only use one acronym, we favor the acronym IDAHOT, as being the one most in use at global level* To ensure even more inclusion and reflect the diversity of sexual and gender minorities, we have created at global level the baseline “A global celebration of sexual and gender diversities”.
This is probably the only “solution” to the issue of inclusion and reflection of other diversities, such as Queer, Asexual, Pansexual and regional identities such as Hijras, Weres, Two-Spirit, etc.
The date of May 17was specifically chosen to commemorate the World Health Organization’s decision in 1990 to declassify homosexuality as a mental disorder.
The International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia has received official recognition from several States, international institutions as the European Parliament, and by countless local authorities.
Most United Nations agencies also mark the Day with specific events.
May 17 was first known as the “International Day against Homophobia” and mainstreamed through its acronym “I. HO” In 2009, Transphobia was added explicitly in the title of the name, in the recognition of the very different issues at stake between sexual orientation and gender expression.
To acknowledge this diversity, we use increasingly all three acronyms in our communications.
The Day is not one central trademarked brand and everyone is free to communicate as they wish.
This creates inconsistency but this is the cost to bear for large ownership.
“IDAHOT” became another popular acronym used alongside the initial one.
Since 2015, biphobia is added to the title, to acknowledge the specific issues faced by bisexual people.