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10/03/2012

Regnerus to appear on anti-equality group's upcoming panel

by Jeremy Hooper

Love and Fidelity Network is a project of the "pro-family" Collegiate Cultural Foundation. CCF's 2011 tax filing describes the mission like so:

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Every year, Love and Fidelity holds a big national conference on a college campus. Past speakers include NOM's own Robert George, Maggie Gallagher, Jennifer Roback Morse, and Thomas Peters (**watch Maggie's appearance here; Jennifer's appearance here; one of Robert's appearances here; Thomas' appearance here).

At this year's conference, happening the weekend before election day on the campus of Princeton University, we get an even more interesting panel.

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[Love and Fidelity 2012 Conference]

Yup, that's right: Mark Regnerus and his allies Ana Samuel and Robert Oscar Lopez catering to an organization that is all about "defending marriage."

But it's probably just a coincidence that this study, a supposedly lock-solid repudiation of same-sex parenting, is going to be touted and discussed at an event that has featured some of marriage equality's most ferocious opponents. Right?

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