Kevin Smith, executive director of the conservative group Cornerstone Policy Research, which wants to roll back marriage
rights for gay couples in New Hampshire, apparently also endorses "ex-gay" reparative therapy groups along the way, Good as You reports.
The New Hampshire-based group, which is also seeking to repeal any form of legal recognition for gay couples, such as civil unions, lists such ex-gay and reparative therapy groups as Exodus International, Love Won Out, the National Association of Research and Therapy of Homosexuality, and other groups thoroughly discredited by mental health professionals on the "helpful links" page of its website.
"What this shows, with 100% certainty, is that the group that's most
prominently, most vocally hoping to reshape the marriage debate in the
Live Free or Die State is also hoping to reshape gay people's very
cores of existence in ways that fly in the face of ALL credible science," Good as You writes.
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