National Organization for [Opposition to Reproductive Technology, Gay or Straight] #MoreThanMarriage
The National Organization For Marriage continues to admit that its true agenda goes beyond just stopping gay people's loving unions. This time, they are coming out against anyone, gay or straight, who uses assistance in conceiving a child:
We know how much is at stake. Quite literally, the well-being of future generations is at risk. When marriage is redefined, legally or even just 'culturally,' the connection between marriage and children breaks down, and it is the children who pay the price.
One of the most grave consequences of redefining marriage, be it intended or otherwise, is how it leads to other mistakes of definition down the line — for example, mistakes about the definition of parenthood.
Same-sex couples and others are frequently turning down certain technological paths to parenthood which, by definition, deny children of at least one, and very often times both, of their biological parents. In other words, it's becoming more and more a 'new norm' that children are created by design who will be denied their inherent right to know and love their own mom and dad!
Alana Newman has written powerfully about the sense of loss and lack of rights that donor-conceived children feel. Her words are a timely reminder to us, as we blindly follow the urgings of homosexual activists and others in taking step after step into an Orwellian future, that we are creating a whole host of problem for society, and these children in particular.
FULL: NOM Marriage News
Heterosexual friends, I've been telling you for years that the NOM agenda will not stop at just our bedrooms, family portraits, doctors offices, or business transactions. The NOM mindset truly believes that it knows better than all of us, and it insists that it has the right to use Catholic faith to set public policy. That is why NOM believes that nondiscrimination laws that apply to LGBT citizens are but mere suggestions, why NOM believes it can use a biblical view of marriage to stop *CIVIL* marriage equality, and why it has been so quick to tell gay parents and our children that our families are broken. Why should any of us be surprised if (by which I mean when) they start going after other things that they find unsavory?
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