Kathy Baldock  [image: Gareth Watkins]

Kathy Baldock

Kathy Baldock

In this podcast Kathy Baldock, a straight Evangelical Christian LGBTI ally, talks about the current marriage equality debate in Australia, the changing nature of the Salvation Army in New Zealand and how some groups in the United States are "exporting hate". You can visit Kathy's website here.

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Record date:25th September 2016
Interviewer:Gareth Watkins