Anti-gay activist says the POTUS’ rights commission was an ‘extraordinary opening’


Anti-gay activist and president of America’s National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has praised the President Donald Trump for his Commission on Unalienable Rights, as it could possibly reverse LGBT equality in the country. The Commission on Unalienable Rights was announced on July 7 and will undercut the US government’s existing human rights framework and will be based on “‘natural law.” According to LGBTQ Nation, one of the NOM co-founders Brian Brown said that the commission was important for ‘recognition of the natural family’. “It gives us a forum to challenge American foreign policy that has in the past advanced the extreme agenda of the left that has been cloaked in the language of so-called human rights,” he added. Seven of the ten members on the new Trump administration commission have long anti-LGBT records. It is chaired by Mary Ann Glendon, a law professor who has previously claimed that same-sex marriage would “impair… the rights of children” and lead to kids being “taught about homosexual sex.”


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