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07/12/2013

More Than Marriage: NOM co-founder goes after trans kids

by Jeremy Hooper

The Catholic radio caller (first voice) is more than eager to conflate homosexuality with gender identity, claiming that gay (and opportunistic) boys can use transgender nondiscrimination/equal access laws to infiltrate girl's bathrooms. And National Organization For Marriage cofounder Robert George (third voice) is more than willing to help her, viciously going after these trans kids—who, I might remind you, are among the most vulnerable children on the planet—by contrasting them with "real" boys and girls and positioning their ability to pee in peace as being against responsibility and respectability. Listen in:


Drew Mariani Show, 7/11/13 [Relevant Radio]

Let me remind you that Mr. George is a longtime professor. At a college. In New Jersey. Where transgender people exist (and are protected in law). It's hard for me to believe that Mr. George is being anything other willfully ignorant about the trans reality and experience.

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