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August 8, 2014

National Organization for Marriage president: Target 'insinuates' that people against gay marriage are 'akin to segregationists and racial bigots'

The National Organization for Marriage, the largest anti-gay organization in the US, is targeting one of the country's largest retailers with a boycott because of its support of gay marriage.

NOM President Brian Brown announced Thursday (7 August) a boycott against Target, a Minnesota-based chain with 2,000 stores nationwide.

The retailer this week signed on to an amicus brief supporting same-sex marriage in pending cases in Wisconsin and Indiana.

September 23, 2013

The National Organization for Marriage has announced it will campaign to end California’s AB 1266 law which allows transgender children to use the bathrooms and change rooms of their preferred gender and play on the sports teams of their choice

The anti-gay National Organization for Marriage (NOM) group that put same-sex marriage on the ballot in California in 2008 is now seeking to do the same to California’s AB 1266 law which allows transgender teens access to the facilities of their choice and to play on the sports teams of their choice.

NOM are hoping to gather 504,760 voter signatures against AB 1266, which would be enough to place its repeal on the November 2014 ballot, and would suspend the law until Californians can vote on it.

February 25, 2013

National Organization for Marriage vows to remind voters of 'betrayal'

The anti-gay group National Organization for Marriage woed today to use a war chest of $500,000 to target any Republican legislature who supports marriage equality in Minnesota.

November 13, 2012

NOM to target gay friendly companies in homophobic countries in effort to stop 'tidal wave' of same-sex marriage support

A US Christian group is threatening to make companies such as Starbucks 'pay the price' for being pro-gay in countries which are known to be homophobic.

The National Organization for Marriage (NOM) revealed its action plan during a conference to discuss the next stage of their campaign against same-sex marriage.

August 12, 2012

The National Organization of Marriage is certain if President Obama wins, marriage will end in the US.

The National Organization of Marriage is certain the Democratic Party's support of gay marriage is sending party members off a proverbial cliff.

Even before Democrats made marriage equality an official plank of the party platform, NOM was sounding the alarms warning a reelection of President Barack Obama would end marriage in the US.

April 11, 2012

Campaign to boycott Starbucks for supporting gay marriage is heading to Middle East and China

After failing in America, the Dump Starbucks campaign to boycott the coffee chain for supporting same-sex marriage has gone global.