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NOM’s Thanksgiving Musings on LGBT College Students

NOM’s Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse, who heads up the anti-LGBT organization’s Ruth Institute, focused her less-than-pleasant Thanksgiving message on a new demographic – LGBT college students who work as Resident Assistants (RAs).

At most colleges and universities RAs are students who work in the dorms, serving as counselors to students and making sure university policy is enforced across housing facilities. But NOM’s Dr. Roback Morse argues that college students who are both openly gay and working as RAs are actually advancing some type of insidious agenda.

Watch her video below, in which she encourages people to ask their college-aged family members if they have a gay RA in their dorm:

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