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'''Peter Tatchell''' was a prominent British [[gay rights]] activist, best known for his campaigns to [[outing|out]] prominent [[United Kingdom|British]] establishment figures in the 1980s and 1990s and his opposition to [[Zimbabwe|Zimbabwean]] president [[Robert Mugabe]]'s persecution of [[homosexuality|homosexuals]].
 
'''Peter Tatchell''' was a prominent British [[gay rights]] activist, best known for his campaigns to [[outing|out]] prominent [[United Kingdom|British]] establishment figures in the 1980s and 1990s and his opposition to [[Zimbabwe|Zimbabwean]] president [[Robert Mugabe]]'s persecution of [[homosexuality|homosexuals]].
 
 
Born in [[Melbourne]] in 1952, Tatchell was the only child of working-class, [[evangelical]] [[Christian]] parents, whose passionate belief gave him his first taste for missionary work.
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Born in [[Melbourne]] in 1952, Tatchell was the only child of working-class, [[evangelical]] [[Christian]] parents, whose passionate belief gave him his first taste for missionary work. However, he declares himself to be an [[atheist]]<ref><http://www.secularism.org.uk/comingoutasatheistpetertatchellg.html</ref>.
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Revision as of 08:49, 30 January 2013

Peter Tatchell was a prominent British gay rights activist, best known for his campaigns to out prominent British establishment figures in the 1980s and 1990s and his opposition to Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe's persecution of homosexuals.

Born in Melbourne in 1952, Tatchell was the only child of working-class, evangelical Christian parents, whose passionate belief gave him his first taste for missionary work. However, he declares himself to be an atheist[1].

References

  1. <http://www.secularism.org.uk/comingoutasatheistpetertatchellg.html