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Republicans Blast Fox News for Promoting LGBTQ Pride Month

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Fox News for promoting LGBTQ Pride month.The network, which has built a reputation for its conservative perspective, launched a Pride month promotional video earlier in June inviting viewers to "celebrate Pride month with Fox News," "meet important voices of the LGBTQ+ community" and "go inside their incredible contributions."They also aired a Pride month special segment featuring a transgender teenager named Ryland whose parents allowed him to transition when he was 5 years old.

In the special, his mother, Hillary Whittington, said she allowed her son to transition because she would "rather have a living son than a dead daughter."The pro-Pride content, however, has left the network at odds with some of its conservative allies.

The backlash comes as there have been several anti-LGBTQ incidents in recent weeks during a month usually spent celebrating and honoring the LGBTQ community.Jenna Ellis, a former attorney for former President Donald Trump, last week shared a photo of the promo on Instagram, where she slammed the channel for voicing support for the LGBTQ community.

She wrote: "Uh.. what's up with this, @foxbusiness? Conservatives, this is NOT your home."In a tweet, she went on to accuse the network of "celebrating evil."The network is also facing conservative backlash for airing a Pride month special segment featuring conservatives, many of whom have voiced opposition to LGBTQ rights and have since expressed outrage over the segment.

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