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05/21/2013

NOM's summer speaker, Rob Gagnon, calls me 'an abrasive homosexual activist'; my outfit welcomes this badge of honor!

by Jeremy Hooper

Remember when Exodus International's Alan Chambers added me to an email thread of conservatives, revealing all kinds of nasty things that were being said about me/us? Well, one of the thread's participants adds more:

Screen Shot 2013-05-21 At 11.53.56 Am "Earlier this month, [Alan] Chambers even went so far as to insert secretly the email address of Jeremy Hooper, an abrasive homosexual activist, into the middle of a private group email thread containing a number of pro-family leaders (including moi). This led to a number of misrepresentations online by homosexual activist sites and even Salon.com. This deceitful alignment with a person who maligns those who believe in a male-female foundation for marriage is not exactly a model for Christian conduct, certainly not for someone leading what is supposed to be a Christian ministry."

—Rob Gagnon, virulently anti-gay theologian and annual star speaker at the "It Takes A Family" conference (a project of the National Org. For Marriage's Ruth Institute), speaking to Charisma News

(h/t David C. Hart)

Eh, he compared my marriage to an incestuous relationship, and I told him to "have a great Sunday." So I have nothing more to add, really. I'm more than happy with letting previously delivered abrasions speak for themselves.

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