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03/12/2012

Minnesota for Marriage's voice: Also Minnesota Against Birth Control's

by Jeremy Hooper

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If you're a regular follower of the marriage debate, you surely recognize Kalley Yanta from the series of videos she has been doing for the so-called Minnesota For Marriage campaign. But don't be fooled into thinking Ms. Yanta's engagement is limited to banning same-sex marriage or even fighting "the homosexual lifestyle." As you will see from this video, she's also entering the far-right's national war on contraception, using her Catholic basis to speak out about how "selfish" birth control "enabled and prolonged my promiscuous lifestyle":

Just in case any complacent heterosexuals out there needed a reason to see how/why this interconnected "culture war" might affect you too. The truth: The far-right's game rarely begins or ends at gay people's ring fingers.

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