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Dear Marriage Supporter,

I just wrote you this morning about the O'Reillys, telling you about how the state targeted their right to run their business according to their values and religious principles.

Well, unfortunately, that's not even approaching the line for same-sex marriage regimes bent on imposing their radical agenda on you and all of America.

Meet the Parkers, who had to suffer the indignity of arrest and prosecution because they didn't want their kindergartener learning about same-sex marriage in school!

I said it before, and I'll say it again: this is not an isolated instance. And it's only getting worse.

Just yesterday, we learned that young children in Maine public schools have been subjected to graphic instruction on homosexual sex—without any notice to their parents.

Wherever same-sex marriage is enacted as the law of the land, it puts businesses, parents and churches holding to the idea that it takes a man and a woman to form a marriage in direct conflict with the State.

Marriage Supporter, we MUST take a stand for marriage and religious liberty!

Please make a donation of $50, $100, $500 or even $1,000, if you have the means, to help the National Organization for Marriage defend marriage and religious liberty across the country… for the Parkers; for the O'Reillys; and for you and your family.

And please pray for all of us at NOM and the work that we are doing.

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