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Source:  NME

Imagine Dragons singer Dan Reynolds has called on religious leaders to denounce so-called conversion therapies and instead promote greater tolerance of LGBTQ+ children.

Reynolds is an outspoken supporter of LGBTQ+ rights and fronted the 2017 documentary “Believer” – which explored how the LGBTQ+ community is treated by his own Mormon faith.

Posting on Twitter last week, Reynolds called for religious leaders to “stand up for equality.”

“I plead with our religious leaders across the world to stand up for equality together.  true equality – not empty words of love – but statements and actions thats show our LGBTQ youth that they are “sinless” and perfect just as they are,” he wrote.

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