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05/03/2012

NOM EXPOSED: What’s NOM’s acceptable comment criteria, exactly?

by Jeremy Hooper

Why does the NOM moderator approve a comment wishing death to Dan Savage yet won't approve my simple pushback? Let's explore:

Nationalorganizationformarriage-36 Despite multiple attempts, never once in the NOM Blog's two or three year history have I had a comment make its way to the site. As both a legally married gay man and as someone who sometimes knows NOM better than the org staffers know it themselves, I've felt that I had insight to add on more than occasion. However, the moderators seem to disagree. My perfectly fair, in no way hostile comments are always moderated away.
KEEP READING: What’s NOM’s acceptable comment criteria, exactly? [NOM Exposed]

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