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06/12/2012

Audio: NOM's Jennifer Roback Morse speaks in 'ex-gay' code

by Jeremy Hooper

We've heard Jennifer Roback Morse admit that she doesn't even "accept the category of gayness." Now listen as the NOM personality tells the students at The Alliance Defense Fund's Collegiate Academy that they shouldn't refer to people as gay, lesbian, or even homosexual, since we in the "same-sex attracted" crowd can always control our behavior:

Equality Matters' Carlos Maza brings us the clip:

If you know anything about the "gays can change" movement, you know that SSA is the term they always use in order to disconnect LGB people's sexual orientations from our "choices." It seems increasingly likely that we're nearing a point where all of NOM will come out as full supporters of this scientifically-discredited movement (despite what Maggie claims). We now have NOM posting articles questioning whether the APA's declassification of sexual orientation as a mental disorder was due to propaganda. We have Thomas Peters, a man who has advocated for a "12 step program for people with same-sex attraction," speaking for NOM at an increased rate. And now we have Roback Morse, head of NOM's 501(c )3 and the person tasked with reaching the young people, adding to the "gays choose their lifestyles" repertoire.

The National Organization For Marriage? Really? Because seriously, I'm beginning to think it's more than my ring finger that they're out to change.

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