US: Former NOM official says marriage equality will happen by next year

Katie Dupere August 22, 2014
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A former National Organisation for Marriage official predicted in a recent speech that same-sex marriage will be legal nationwide by next year.

Good As You reports that the former official, Jennifer Roback Morse,¬†recently said in a speech: “I’m just going to go on the record here and forecast: by this time next year, it will be over. As a legal matter, it will be over.”

She added: “There will be same-sex, genderless marriage in every state of the union.”

“If anybody’s here from Texas, I’m sorry. You’re not going to be able to hold out.¬†This is what’s going to happen.”

Morse is the founder of the Ruth Institute, an organisation formally affiliated with NOM, which advocates for an anti-gay definition of marriage.

Morse left NOM in 2013.

Morse first admitted in June that nationwide marriage equality was inevitable.

Listen to a clip of the speech below:
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