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Rally held in support of former SLO High teacher who penned anti-gay letter

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People rallied in support of former San Luis Obispo High School teacher Michael Stack Thursday afternoon. 

He resigned after the backlash over an editorial he wrote in the school's paper. It was his response to a feature on the LGBTQ community. His editorial cited the Bible, calling homosexuality sinful. 

A participant of the event says he feels Christian students were being told their beliefs are wrong. 

"We are here really to let the Christian students know that there are Christians in the county that do care and who stand with them," said Danny Ehinger, a participant. "They have the right to express their beliefs."

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