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10/24/2013

Unoriginal plumbing: NOM takes good-natured home improvement project, uses it for ill-natured disapproval of other people's homes

by Jeremy Hooper

On the website vizimac.com, it's a handy image helping users learn how to replace a shower valve:

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Shower Valve Replacement [Vizimac.com]

But when put through NOM's discriminatory filter, it becomes an attack on transgender kids who attend California's public schools

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[NOM hit piece on California's trans rights bill]

Seriously, NOM is like a version of Instagram, the way they so regularly manipulate other people's photos. Except, of course, instead of adding a cool effect to the original image, NOM just makes them unfortunate enough to be featured in the wrong side of history's finest museums.

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