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08/07/2011

They Got Bitter: Ruth Institute shows extent of NOM's anti-LGBT agenda

by Jeremy Hooper

The "It Gets Better" project is "an agenda-driven campaign that caricatures traditional morality and religious people, drives a wedge between parents and children, and aggressively promotes deviant sex"? This is idea that the National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute is now pushing on its website:

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How can life get better for sexually confused young people if they cut themselves off from their families and abandon themselves to sex?
It Gets Better – the youth campaign that makes everything worse [Mercator via NOM's Ruth Institute]

Our ability to connect the dots between NOM and generalized animus for LGBT people? It gets easier.

Our power to stop those who want to tell kids they're broken, wrong, "changeable," and unfit for the same sort of life patterns that so benignly greet their heterosexual peers? It gets stronger.

The chance that this "culture war" will end in our lifetimes? It gets better.

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