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NOM's Morse heads to New Hampshire, further connects NOM to 'ex-gay' advocacy

by Jeremy Hooper

New Hampshire's Cornerstone Policy Research, an organization that pushes four different so-called "ex-gay" groups as a way for its supporters to handle "homosexual issues…

[SOURCE: NH Cornerstone]

…will tonight play host to the National Organization For Marriage's Jennifer Roback Morse (of NOM's Ruth Institute). Morse, a California citizen, will proceed to tell this "ex-gay" advocacy group and its state supporters why, exactly, they should cruelly rob same-sex couples of a fairly-enacted civil right that is harming no one:

[SOURCE: NH Cornerstone]

It's bad enough, the speech and the legislative effort. But for a group that quite literally pushes so-called "change" groups as their one, stated plan for "homosexual issues"? Injudicious injury, meet intellectual insult!

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