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.

NOM promotes ‘surprisingly sympathetic’ piece on ‘ex-gays’

November 05, 2012, by Jeremy Hooper



But they're just throwing it out there, of course:


[NOM Blog]

They say that this sort of advocacy is off topic for NOM, but is it really? I mean, consider what NOM's own key staffers have said and done in terms of gay "change":

That is just some of what I have seen. Sure, the topic that NOM discusses in public tends to be focused on the organization's Catholic-driven view of marriage. But if one merely scratches the surface, there is a boatload of "ex-gay" advocacy bubbling underneath.

It's to wonder NOM's staff promoted a "surprisingly sympathetic" piece on so-called gay "change." After all, they're going to need a new cause once we on the side of equality win the marriage fight.  And by "new cause," I of course mean the same cause that's already in place.