stopping bullies


LGBT activists and the left often talk about the need to reduce bullying as a means of justifying their extreme agenda. They want to play on the emotions of the American people to portray gays, lesbians and the transgender as victims of intolerance and harassment. But the reality is much different — it's believers in traditional values and morality who are victims of bullying, often by activists in the LGBT community.

NOM is at the forefront of the effort to protect Christians and other people of faith from being discriminated against simply for standing for the truth of marriage, gender and religious liberty.

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We are also at the forefront of the effort to fight President Obama, Hillary Clinton, LGBT extremists and their allies in big corporations and Hollywood from redefining gender and allowing men, including convicted sex offenders and pedophiles, from gaining access to intimate facilities like bathrooms and showers that are reserved for girls and women.

We are making great progress and are on a path toward victory.

We have a real opportunity to advance the First Amendment Defense Act this fall after the election.

And just last week, we won a tremendous victory when the US Supreme Court agreed with our request to accept the G.G. case, giving us the opportunity to defeat the dangerous gender agenda being advanced by President Obama, Hillary Clinton and LGBT extremists.

NOM filed a brief with the Supreme Court asking them to accept the G.G. case, and now that this case will be decided by our country's highest court, we can put an end to attempts by the left to redefine "sex" under federal law to mean "gender identity" and then declare it "discrimination" to prevent someone who "identifies" as the opposite gender from accessing intimate facilities like showers and locker room reserved for that gender.

But we can't protect the right of Americans to believe in marriage and defend the reality of gender without the financial resources we need to be effective. Please help us capitalize on the opportunities before us by making a financial contribution today of $25, $35, $50, $100, $250 or $500 or more.

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We believe that we have an excellent opportunity of prevailing in the G.G. case, and in advancing key elements of the First Amendment Defense Act. The US Supreme Court has not only agreed to take the G.G. case, but they already have issued an order in this very case preventing President Obama's dangerous "gender identity" agenda.

But in order for us to be successful, we are turning to our members for the financial help we need. Please make the most generous financial contribution you can today, which will be matched dollar for dollar.

Only you know what amount is right for your family to contribute. Whether you can give $10, $100 or $1,000 or more, please act today so that we can move forward full speed ahead to fight to restore marriage, protect marriage supporters from discrimination, and prevent girls and women from being confronted by men, including pedophiles and convicted sex offenders, in bathrooms, showers and locker rooms.


Brian S Brown

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