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National Organization For [stocking scientifically-discredited propaganda on nonfiction shelves]

by Jeremy Hooper

The National Organization For Marriage's Ruth Institute continues the recent trend of admitting that the supposedly marriage-focused organization is really just another arm of the larger anti-LGBT agenda. In a new blog post, with NOM branding squarely intact, the Ruth Institute is trying to lend credence to so-called "ex-gay" advocacy books that seek to tell gay people that we can and should "change," equating those books' "banning" with the banning of tomes that actually hold merit:

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FULL BLOG: NOM's Ruth Institute

Not a huge surprise to see this, considering the Ruth Institute's head, Jennifer Roback Morse, is the NOM senior staffer who is always most willing to admit that she simply doesn't want gay people to be gay. But as long as the media continues to regard NOM as focused on and geared toward stopping only our civil marriage vows, we must continue to shed light on the broader goal.

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