Looking at protests, Trump’s potential transition team, the National Organization for Marriage gearing up against LGBT rights, and more.
With 75 Republicans signing on for gay marriage, how on earth will NOM stay relevant?
Hint: it’s not what The National Organization for Marriage’s Ruth Institute would like you to believe.
Four states made progress on same-sex marriage, but someone didn’t get the memo.
As new anti-gay marriage campaigns are released in anticipation of the 2012 referendums, let’s see how far homophobic ads have come (or not).
“I’d heard this kind of anti-gay rhetoric hundreds of times before… So why was I getting so upset?”
“The debate between Savage and Brown, at its core, was really just a fight over whether or not gay people can be deemed appropriate or special enough in the eyes of people like Brown to be permitted in the institution of marriage.”
NOM’s shocking internal documents have been made public, includes gems like: “The strategic goal of this project is to drive a wedge between gays and blacks—two key Democratic constituencies.”
Salon digs in to the life story of Gay Marriage’s Enemy Number One, Maggie Gallagher and reveals new insights into exactly how she got this way.
NOM’s 2010 tax forms reveal that they’re not quite the grassroots organization they claim to be.
The National Organization for Marriage sent an “emergency alert” earlier this week because “senate liberals have sunk to a new low” and “we can’t let them get away with it.” Most of their message is in bold or italics. All of it is a lie.
The National Organization for Marriage photoshopped 60,000 Obama supporters to look like they’re protesting gay marriage. No, really.
Maggie Gallagher will step down as Board Chair of the National Organization for Marriage and be replaced by Dr. John Eastman.
Double illegal < double rainbow.
Obviously anti-gay groups are doing their best to fight marriage equality in New York State, but their best just isn’t good enough.
Distorting evidence in homophobic arguments happens more than you think. LOTS more.
It’s called “Consequences” except all the consequences are made up. Also, if you’re a Republican senator, NOM will pay you $1 million to vote their way!
The tour will include an RV they describe as “wrapped in marriage messaging” going from city to city throughout the month to meet with legislators – and average, everyday straight people, too!
Rep. Trent Franks and Maggie Gallagher both had a lot of feelings about gay marriage being bad, but it turns out no one cared about them.
“If there is an issue of shame, it is a result of acknowledging the number of people I have targeted, hurt and oppressed… much of [my work] I would now categorize as propaganda filled with strong and unnecessary rhetoric.”