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Barrett apologizes for comments on sexual ‘preference’

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Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii, called out Amy Coney Barrett for using the term sexual “preference” instead of sexual orientation. Hirono said that it is an “offensive and outdated term.” Barrett apologized and said, “I certainly didn’t mean and would never mean to use a term that would cause any offense in the LGBTQ community.”