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07/11/2012

Audio: NOM's Jennifer Roback Morse wants gays to be celibate; compares orientation to 'shacking up', childish insubordinance

by Jeremy Hooper

Jennifer Roback Morse, head of the National organization For Marriage's 501c3 arm (which conducts business as the Ruth Institute), has already admitted that she doesn't really "accept the category of gayness." Now listen is as this prominent beneficiary of the NOM payroll uses her Catholic beliefs to tell a caller that gays are intrinsically disordered but don't have to "act on" their "behavior"; that gays can live perfectly wonderful lives without intimate love or erotic companionship; and that gays have a choice about "how to behave," just like young'uns of her generation has a choice about whether or not they wanted to shack up:




SOURCE: It Takes A Family—Jennifer Roback Morse [Catholic Answers Live]

Right, because that's why we "act out"—because we want to be mean to our parents. It's genetic, this spoil-brattiness we experience. [:writer rolls eyes like a petulant child:]

Stay revelatory, Jen!

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