No longer needing to pretend they are something other than the thoroughly Catholic organization they've always been, the National Organization For Marriage has announced this little stunt: [NOM] I love how it's all about supposedly men and women coming to...
Next month the red-caped Catholic loons of Tradition, Family & Property will stage a mass anti-gay praying of the rosary outside the White House and Brian Brown invites you to join in: Join the National Organization for Marriage as we gather in front of the White House to pray the Rosary on August 15th from 10am-12pm. Show More Summary
Via press release from NOM: Brian Brown, President of the National Organization for Marriage, recently joined Republican presidential candidates and conservative luminaries in addressing the 2,500 activists who attended the FAMiLY LEADER’s Family Leadership Summit, which NOM was proud to co-sponsor. Show More Summary
The National Organization For Marriage (NOM nom nom), you know them, right? Hilariously failed organization that for some reason still exists, even though the Supreme Court crammed gay marriage right up all American bottoms at the end...Show More Summary
The National Organization For Marriage just issued one of its near-daily fundraising please in which they claim to have a plan to still stay relevant even though marriage equality is the law of the land in all fifty states and...
The antigay National Organization for Marriage held much sway over the 2012 election. Fred Karger, an out GOP presidential candidate from that year, wonders if NOM will exert the same influence in 2016. read more
Poster by Scott Wooledge. His review at Memeographs: The auteurs at Catholic Vote have created an instant classic Christian cinematic masterpiece to rival Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas. Not since National Organization for Marriage’s “Gathering Storm” of 2008 have we seen delusional hyperbole, paranoia and self-pity lifted to such delirious heights. Show More Summary
"Our media didn’t treat it as a big deal, but Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader Ginsburg had both officiated at gay weddings. Groups such as the National Organization for Marriage, the American Family Association, the Coalition of African American Pastors, and the Foundation for Moral Law had called for Kagan and Ginsburg to withdraw from the case. Show More Summary
In yet another fundraising plea (because NOM does little else these days), the already-done-even-if-they-don't-know-it-yet National Organization For Marriage has taken to calling the Obergefell decision "illegitimate": [NOM] Of course if it would've been 5–4 the other way, and the majority...
A while back, I told you about the National Organization For Marriage purchasing a few domain names that pointed to the possibility of a "marriage convention." At first I assumed the domain names to be about a summit or conference.....
We've definitely been hearing from gay marriage opponents today, but the statement from Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage sounds as if they knew they were fighting a losing battle, but don't really care and will continue to fight that losing battle:
The head of the National Organization for Marriage came to my house for dinner in the summer of 2012 to debate me on same-sex marriage. Here's how the night ended: I'm detecting signs of stopping—our side has been winning at the polls, at the ballot boxes, and in the courts since Brian Brown came to dinner. Show More Summary
The National Organization For Marriage's latest attempt at a graphic meme, in which the pro-discrimination organization takes a wholesome stock photo and slaps its exclusionary branding onto it: [NOM] Eh, if you can't win the latest attempts at the ballot,...
Remember when the National Organization For Marriage tries to boycott Starbucks for being pro-LGBT? Yeah, well—consider this the coffee giant's continued and sustained laughter and/or overt mockery: Pride Flag Flies Over Starbucks HQ [J.M.G.] Can you even imagine if Chick-fil-A...
By Matt Baume We’re down to the last few days before the Supreme Court rules on marriage. In the mean time, the National Organization for Marriage is asking all of the GOP presidential candidates to sign an anti-equality pledge. Let’s take a look at just how crazy this pledge gets. Show More Summary
Matt Baume with the American Foundation for Equal Rights reports on the Supreme Court’s upcoming gay marriage decision and the National Organization for Marriage’s crazy, anti-gay marriage pledge that shows just how out of touch the organ… The post Gay Marriage News Watch: SCOTUS & NOM appeared first on Towleroad.
"We're down to the last few days before the Supreme Court rules on marriage. In the mean time, the National Organization for Marriage is asking all of the GOP presidential candidates to sign an anti-equality pledge. Let's take a look at just how crazy this pledge gets."
Writing in the National Review, National Organization for Marriage founder Maggie Gallagher has claimed that being gay is a choice. Gallagher was reacting to the news of Caitlyn Jenner’s transition and the New Jersey case in which three men are suing… The post Maggie Gallagher: Gay Conversion Therapy Is As Harmless As ‘Hippie Happenings In The 1970s’ appeared first on Towleroad.
The National Organization for Marriage once again wants candidates to swear opposition to equal marriage rights, while another right-wing group has abandoned its pledge. read more
Pledges to support constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage are SO 2004.