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Discrimination-as-hipster: FRC launches 'Marriage Generation'

by Jeremy Hooper

It's not the "Next Generation for Marriage" that the National Organization For Marriage's Thomas Peters has been teasing for over a year now. It is, however, an attempt to put a younger face on antiquated biases—and they are sponsoring NOM's march outside the Supreme Court:

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We are children of the 1980s who understand that marriage is a lasting promise between one woman and one man. It is the unique human relationship where bodily, emotional and spiritual differences converge to form something new, often leading to the creation of life itself.
KEEP READING: [ (a Family Research Council production)]

Eh, I'm a child of the 1980s who thinks Reagan/Bush era stars like Chad Allen, Neil Patrick Harris, Sara Gilbert, Kelly McGillis, Meredith Baxter, Jonathan Knight, George Michael, and Vanity Smurf are as entitled to equal rights as anyone else. I like my odds.

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