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09/04/2013

NOM gives up on go-nowhere attempt at a meme

by Jeremy Hooper

For the past few months, the National Organization For Marriage has been trying to create the kind of buzz the Human Rights Campaign so easily created with its "go red" campaign, asking users to change their profile icon to one featuring a man, woman, and child:

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But it seems they've given up. NOM just switched back to its old icon:

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You just wait—they'll probably blame us for destroying that stick figure family.

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