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06/21/2012

Equality Matters explores Robert Gagnon, NOM's liability-in-waiting

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-06-21 At 12.23.21 Pm I've written quite a bit about Rob "gay is worse than incest" Gagnon, the jaw-droppingly extreme voice who will be speaking alongside the National Organization For Marriage's Jennifer Roback Morse and Thomas Peters at the upcoming "It Takes A Family To Raise A Village Conference" (a project of NOM's 501(c)3, The Ruth Institute). Today my good pal and co-laborer Carlos Maza takes it even further, really getting into what Mr. Gagnon has said about us, how it is all now connected to NOM, and why that matters. Go read:

At the end of July, the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) Ruth Institute will host its annual “It Takes A Family To Raise A Village” (ITAF) conference, which is geared towards introducing students to prominent anti-gay activists in order to prepare them to defend “natural marriage.” One of the speakers attending the event is Robert Gagnon, a theologian with a history of linking homosexuality to pedophilia, promoting “ex-gay” therapy, and condemning homosexuality as unhealthy and dysfunctional.
Meet Robert Gagnon, The Anti-Gay Theologian Speaking At NOM’s ITAF Conference [Equality Matters]

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