The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) annual “March for Marriage” has once again failed to resonate, with this year’s event attracting less than 50 people. According to Twitter user Beth Ethier, the exact number was 47 “including babies.… Read The post Brian Brown’s Annual NOM ‘March for Marriage’ Attracts Less Than 50 Protesters: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
Haters Throw an Anti-Gay Rally and Only 47 People Show Up, Including Babies For months, the National Organization for Marriage have been planning an anti-gay marriage march on Washington. They had it, only nobody really showed up. Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Brian Brown is a loser by any reasonable American standard. He heads the anti-LGBTQ National Organization for Marriage, which has waged a decades-long war to preserve the institution of marriage for heterosexual couples only—no same-sex couples allowed. Show More Summary
In a statement posted to its website, the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) congratulated Judge Neil Gorsuch after the Senate on Friday confirmed him as the nation’s 113th Supreme Court Justice. “We did it! Thanks to you and so man… Read The post NOM Celebrates Gorsuch Confirmation to SCOTUS: Now ‘One Vote Short of Restoring True Marriage’ appeared first on Towleroad.
In March, a bus sponsored by National Organization for Marriage and International Organization for the Family, two virulently bigoted groups, began a tour to spread an anti-trans message in cities across America. The “Free Speech Bus”...Show More Summary
The "Free Speech Bus" is a joint project of the International Organization for the Family, CitizenGO, and the National Organization for Marriage.
The infamous antigay group is promising to reverse marriage equality, but it looks like it's fighting to stay alive.
[content note: anti-LGBT bigotry] The anti-LGBT National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is having a big sad that Trump hasn't signed the leaked Executive Order yet that would grant individuals and organizations ?with " religious orShow More Summary
Following similar actions by the National Organization for Marriage and the American Family Association, today the Family Research Council launched its own petition urging Trump to sign an executive order to legalize anti-LGBT discrimination nationwide. Show More Summary
And they're ready to take their bigotry overseas.
Just in from activist Matt Baume: “The National Organization for Marriage says that now Donald’s president, they have a plan to undo marriage equality. But can they do that? Is marriage equality really at risk? Well, yes — and in fact,...Show More Summary
The National Organization for Marriage says that now Donald's president, they have a plan to undo marriage equality. But can they do that? Is marriage equality really at risk? Yeah. Yeah it is. In fact, ever since the Supreme Court granted...Show More Summary
Despite a new political administration that, sadly, might be more receptive to his right-wing conservative views, National Organization for Marriage (NOM) President Brian Brown isn’t backing down in his fight against the LGBTQ community. On...Show More Summary
National Organization for Marriage President Brian Brown has spearheaded the formation of a new global anti-LGBT group, launched over the weekend on International Human Rights Day. Right Wing Watch has details on the new group, dubbed...Show More Summary
Donald Trump has named National Organization for Marriage (NOM) donor and anti-gay marriage activist Betsy DeVos as his pick for Secretary of Education. In case that weren’t troubling enough, DeVos is also an advocate for charter schools and sc… Read The post Trump Picks NOM Donor and Gay Marriage Opponent Betsy DeVos as Education Secretary appeared first on Towleroad.
The National Organization for Marriage believes a strong response from George Mason University is in order.
Looking at protests, Trump's potential transition team, the National Organization for Marriage gearing up against LGBT rights, and more.
"We will work with President Trump to rescind the illegal, overreaching executive orders and directives issued by President Obama."
Can you even bear to look at what the National Organization for Marriage is up to now? You must, unfortunately, because there’s a chance it will radically transform your life. Just when you thought they were gone for good, NOM is back with a “plan” to reverse our progress. How successful are they likely to [...]
The National Organization for Marriage, which campaigned unsuccessfully against the legalization of same-sex marriage in the U.S., has announced plans to come roaring back into action in light of Donald Trump’s election. “President-elect Trump will now turn his attention to governing, and NOM is committed to working with him. Show More Summary