I was feeling snarky after Exodus dropped its recent copyright and trademark case against Ex-Gay Watch and blogger Justin Watt. And so I challenged Exodus’ recent use of the slogan Live Out Loud, which happens to be the name of a five-year-old New York organization that promotes safety for gay youths.
I should have known better. Humor never pays.
An anonymous tipster has pointed out that Live Out Loud is also a popular Christian contemporary song released by Steven Curtis Chapman in 2001. (Available via iTunes song and video, or from Amazon.com.)
I did some brief additional research: