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09/23/2011

Video: NOM launches anti-defamation project -- with man who defames 'destructive', 'illegitimate' gay 'behavior'

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage has launched a ridiculous new project called the "Marriage Anti-Defamation Alliance" and made Frank Turek its first poster boy:

What NOM won't tell you? That this Frank Turek goes WAY beyond simply opposing marriage equality for same-sex couples, and instead promotes the idea that gay people are embracing harmful, "illegitimate" and "changeable" behavior -- behavior on par with that of sociopaths, alcoholics, or even gay-bashers. In fact, here's about nine minutes of him doing just that, in a lecture series he titled "Nothing Gay About It":

And this is just one part of a larger video series, which is all geared towards defeating homosexuality and LGBT people. Not gay marriages, but gay people and their "lifestyles." If you click on the embedded YouTube, you'll find five other parts that reject certain kinds of humans in every way humanly (and inhumanely) possible. Subject yourself to as much or as little of Turek's demeaning lecture as you like.

But of course the constantly self-victimizing NOM positions Turek as the one who's being "defamed." Because you all remember that six-part Powerpoint where the prominent gay activist demeaned heterosexuality for profit -- right?

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