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05/21/2013

'Ex-gay' junk science group tells Boy Scouts to keep discriminating; so score one for our side

by Jeremy Hooper

Remember that moment in the third presidential debate of 2012 where President Obama was all like, "Please proceed, Governor," since he knew his opponent had unwittingly painted himself into trap? Yeah, well—that's kind of how I feel when orgs that proudly fly in the face of all credible science stand up for a cause, wrongly thinking their advocacy is helpful to their side:

Ex-Gay Group NARTH Encourages Boy Scouts To Continue Anti-Gay Discrimination [ThinkProgress LGBT]

Better idea: Keep snake oil out of Boy Scouts' canteens; let gays in.

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