TOPEKA, Kan. - A notorious anti-gay group has some new neighbors.
A gay rights center moved into a house across the street from the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan.
The church is best known for its anti-gay picketing and protests at funerals for U.S. soldiers.
The gay rights center, owned by the Planting Peace organization painted the house in bright rainbow colors, the same colors as the pride flag.
Westboro Baptist Church has only provided a statement to CNN.
"We thank God for the Sodomite Rainbow House! It is right across the street from the ONLY church that loves people enough to tell them the Bible truth about the filthy, soul-damning, nation-destroying sin of sodomy," the statement said.
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