More NOM rally nonsense

In case you’re not already tired of the same old baseless discriminatory bigotry, check out the below video taken at Tuesday’s National Organization for Marriage “rally” (if a 25-person gathering can be called that) in Raleigh.

So I checked out the Ruth Institute‘s website and I wasn’t surprised to immediately find the NOM logo displayed at the top of the page. Here’s the science without the bias, from Ellen Perrin, Tufts School of Medicine professor of pediatrics: “If there is a problem with being a child in a family made up of same-sex parents, it doesn’t come from the child or the family but from the society around them.”

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Of course, I also wouldn’t be surprised to find that the NOM supporters would diminish this research as the work of liberal universities, much as Conservapedia does Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity: “Despite censorship of dissent about relativity, evidence contrary to the theory is discussed outside of liberal universities.”

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Posted by Tyler DeVere

Tyler DeVere is a former editorial intern for QNotes.