NOM Exposed is a campaign-style operation that tracks and challenges the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage as it tries to influence elections and legislative campaigns across the country.


Hundreds Attend Vigils Across State of Oregon as Court Arguments Begin

April 23, 2014, by HRC Staff

Vigils organized across the state to mark arguements

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HRC calls on the National Organization for Marriage to Break Ties the Putin Regime

March 18, 2014, by HRC Staff

World Congress of Families plans anti-LGBT conference

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National Organization for Marriage Campaigns for Anti-LGBT International Adoption Ban

February 14, 2014, by Dan Rafter

Harsh law portends further expected abuses of LGBT human rights

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NOM Abandons Core Mission, Promotes Anti-LGBT Hate

January 29, 2014, by Dan Rafter

NOM is no longer making an effort to hide its true mission

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Texas Congressman Introduces Bill to Strip Federal Recognition from Married Couples

January 13, 2014, by Maureen McCarty

Bill would deny federal recognition to thousands of marriages

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Repeal of California’s Transgender Student Rights Bill Backed by National Organization for Marriage

January 08, 2014, by Maureen McCarty

Signatures will take an additional 30 business days to determine

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NOM Attacks HRC Over ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star’s Anti-Gay Comments

December 19, 2013, by Maureen McCarty

Anti-gay organization calls HRC and allies “brutal bullies” who a

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NOM now comparing same-sex marriages to oblong tomatoes, mythical lake monsters

December 02, 2013, by Jeremy Hooper, Guest Contributor

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WaPo’s ‘Right Turn’ on NOM’s increasing lack of turns

November 26, 2013, by Jeremy Hooper

A political obituary, as penned by a political friend

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NOM thinks it’s NOM’s game move; doesn’t realize our progress has changed the rules

November 21, 2013, by Jeremy Hooper

It's all a game for this pro-discrimination organization

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