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09/06/2013

Seventh Generation company repudiates NOM agenda

by Jeremy Hooper

This morning I showed you how National Organization For Marriage president Brian Brown is using the Seventh Generation household products company to make some sort of convoluted point about why we should discriminate against future generations of LGBT people.

Well after I wrote my post, I figured that company would want to know about this co-opting of their message and mission, so I wrote the biz on Twitter and asked for a response. I'm happy to report that the eco conscious company was eager to detach their mission from NOM's anti-gay efforts, getting back to me in just minutes with this reply:

[Twitter]

Love it! No one wants to be associated with the NOM agenda—not this generation and especially not seven generations in the future!

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