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National Organization For Marriage Attempts To Link Gay Marriage To Incest Once Again And Fails

For some tday The National Organization for Marriage’s “cultural director” Thomas Peters  blogged about and pointed his readers (all 5 of them)  to a German court case about incest.

A German man who fathered four children with his sister has failed to get his conviction for incest overturned at the European Court of Human Rights.

The court ruled that Germany’s criminalisation of sex between siblings is justified for the protection of marriage and the family.

But Patrick Stuebing claims his sexual relationship with his sister is not abnormal, and that Germany has interfered with his rights to privacy and a family life.

Judges at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) commented that Germany’s ban on incest was “aimed at the protection of morals and the rights of others”.

Now what an incest case in Germany has to do with same sex marriage in America is something that only the diseased minds at NOM could try to link up.  And whats even more hysterical that NOM the “great defender of the sanctity of marriage” overlooks that many states in America legally allow heterosexuals to marry their first cousins.

Try again NOM.  Cause this dog don’t hunt and has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to do with same sex marriage in the United States.

Desperate much?

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