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01/26/2011

Video: NOM/Ruth soliciting Reels; HRC shows them love

by Jeremy Hooper

On a couple of occasions we've told you about the Reel Love Video Challenge, a YouTube contest that National Organization For Marriage affiliate organization The Ruth Institute is hosting. The same contest that has a tie to LoveIsHere.com, a website created by Chick-Fil-A's Winshape Foundation.

Judging by the host organization(s)' advocacy, we all pretty much knew that a pro-equality video would never be accepted. But kudos to HRC for trying:


*FULL STORY: VIDEO: ‘Gays Need Not Apply.’ So We Applied. [NOM Exposed]

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