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Regnerus and Witherspoon repeatedly have alleged that Witherspoon had no involvement in the design, conduct or analyses of the study. That is clearly not correct.
The Daily Princetonian published Ana Samuel’s anti-gay promotion of the Witherspoon-Regnerus hoax, leading to angry comments and concerns about safe spaces.
Equality is here to stay in New York State, and there is literally nothing the NOM bigots can do about it.
Witherspoon approached Regnerus about doing the anti-gay parenting “study,” while its own site was saying the opposite — that Regnerus had approached Witherspoon.
On September 17, 2012 a court document filed by Congress in a federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) case contained what is documented as an anti-gay lie.
The central problem with Elsevier and Regnerus is that there simply is no basis for trust that the perpetrators are not lying about their product, Regnerus’s study.
Documentation reveals a top official from the Witherspoon Institute — that funded the “study” — assisted Regnerus with data analysis for his “gay parents” “study.”
Did greed drive the Elsevier corporation to publish the Regnerus anti-gay parenting “study” rather than shelve the flawed work?
University of Texas officials abdicated responsibility by failing to proceed from an inquiry to a full investigation into the Regnerus anti-gay parenting “study.”
Scott Rose examines the links between the anti-gay Regnerus parenting “study” and Brad Wilcox, who seems linked to practically every step of the fraudulent “study.”
Scott Rose files a complaint with the American Sociological Association against Brad Wilcox, related to the Regnerus anti-gay parenting “study.”
Seemingly-incestuous relationships appear to have worked together to review and publish the fraudulent anti-gay Regnerus parenting “study.”
NOM, the Catholic Church, the Catholic League, and their leaders are united in using the LGBT community as scapegoats to distract from the Church’s pedophile priests.
Dana Milbank says the Southern Poverty Law Center is as bad for calling the Family Research Council an anti-gay hate group as the FRC is for spreading hateful lies.
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