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06/28/2013

I fully agree with Rob Gagnon on something: 'It doesn't look really great' for his side

by Jeremy Hooper

Regular G-A-Y readers know that Rob Gagnon, the rabidly anti-gay theologian who speaks every summer at the National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute conference, is not my biggest fan. By any stretch of the imagination.

But whatevs. I don't need Mr. Gagnon to like me, so long as he keeps helping me tell America that marriage equality is clearly inevitable:


*Source: Janet Mefferd, 6/27/13

It's so weird how one man's "dropping off a cliff" is another man's "climbing to the mountaintop."

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