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Rolling Stone is a company that is always trying to outdo itself, and this year is no different.

It’s been revealed that the magazine has been forced to suspend its planned publication of a controversial article on gender identity by the founder of the anti-LGBT organization Exodus International.

Exodus International is one of the leading anti-gay groups in the United States, and has been accused of spreading a “propaganda of hate” by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Rolling Stone says that it was made aware of the article after the company received “multiple threats” from Exodus International, and that it has suspended publication.

“The articles were taken down as a result of threats,” the magazine wrote in a statement, but there is no mention of any threat.

In a statement on the matter, Exodus International president, James Dobson, wrote that the group “is proud of its support for and dedication to the LGBT community and its struggle for equal rights.”

“We are not anti-God.

We are not against any person,” Dobson added.

In response to the decision, Exodus issued a statement saying that “we do not believe the article is anti-Christian and that its content is a clear indication of the group’s anti-religious and anti-humanist stance.” “

It is unacceptable that Rolling Stone was forced to take this action after receiving threats, harassment and misinformation.”

In response to the decision, Exodus issued a statement saying that “we do not believe the article is anti-Christian and that its content is a clear indication of the group’s anti-religious and anti-humanist stance.”

Rolling Stone did not respond to multiple requests for comment from Business Insider.

“While we are disappointed by the decision made by Rolling Stone to suspend publication of the issue, we do not wish to minimize the importance of our mission,” Exodus spokesperson David Daleiden told Business Insider in a message.

“At the same time, we stand by our statement of the issues and our belief that the LGBT movement has a chance to flourish in America.”

In a follow-up email, Dobson said that the issue was “not about a particular person, but about the continuing persecution of Christians.”

“It’s important to note that Exodus and many of our supporters in the LGBT communities are doing everything they can to advance the cause of fairness and equality for all people,” Doberson said.

“In our opinion, Rolling Stone should not have published this article, but rather should have done a better job of informing its readers of the real story.”

Rolling Stones statement: “As soon as we learned of the threats to our company and our staff, we immediately removed it.

We stand by the article and will continue to do so.”

Exodus International did not immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment.