NOM Needs A Few Noncognitive Celebrities

The tea just keeps on spilling. Along with the revelation that NOM intended pit gays against blacks (I guess we black gays don't exist), the anti-gay organization's strategy document also reveals that celebrity recruitment was part of their agenda.

"We are looking for a new set of messengers," the document declares. But it doesn't seem to think too highly of whoever volunteers, calling them "glamorous noncognitive elites." 

"Here's the bottom line: Hollywood with its cultural biases is far bigger than we can hope to be. We recognize this," the strategy states. "But we also recognize the opportunity - the disproportionate potential impact of proactively seeking to gather and connect a community of artists, athletes, writers, beauty queens and other glamorous noncognitive elites across national boundaries."

GLAAD points out that NOM succeeded on two fronts with that goals, recruiting beauty queen Carrie Prejean and football player David Tyree, who said gay marriage would lead to a nationwide anarchy. Read the rest over at The Advocate.