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04/26/2011

Photo: In which FRC redresses 'Superior Settings'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council intended the following post/graphic to slight LGBT people and their families, as part of the overarching organizational goal of slighting certain sexual orientations and gender identities in general. So it's odd they chose clip art wherein the two male figures so clearly seem to be wearing dresses:

Screen Shot 2011-04-25 At 7.59.20 Pm
[FULL POST: FRC]

Don't get us wrong: It's progressive, FRC! We just thought your base was more a "dad wears the pants" kind of crowd.

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