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07/02/2012

NOM EXPOSED: When you seek out NOM, you forfeit neutrality

by Jeremy Hooper
LGBT people and their supporters buy things. Lots of things, in fact. Most companies would understandably care to tap into this market.

Nationalorganizationformarriage-47When companies come out on behalf of LGBT people and their supporters on something like marriage, this comes at the expense of no one else. After all, most American companies are presumably supportive of their heterosexual consumers' right to enter into civilly-bound partnerships, and yet that support does not affect the consumer habits of even one LGBT person that I know (self included). Despite what modern conservatives have led you to believe, marriages are not, in fact, weapons.

But now check this out.

KEEP READING: When you seek out NOM, you forfeit neutrality [NOM Exposed]

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