Defending marriage in the legal, cultural and educational arenas.
Holding General Mills, Inc. accountable for bringing divisive politics to the breakfast table.
Starbucks has an axe to grind along with their coffee beans, but we’re not buying it.
Defending and telling the untold stories of pro-marriage Americans.
We work to defend marriage and the faith communities that sustain it at the local, state, and national levels. We do this by working with legislators, by informing voters when they head to the ballot box, and by giving marriage a voice in courts of law as well as in the court of public opinion.
Fighting to make corporations treat their pro-marriage employees fairly
An annual gathering in our nation’s capital in defense of marriage
Find out how you can help defend marriage locally and at the national level.
Our successes are due to the truth of our message and the passion and sacrifice of our supporters. Please share your time, energy, ideas and treasure to help rebuild a positive marriage culture now and for generations to come. Marriage is too important to abandon!
Get the best and most current information you need to make the case for man-woman marriage.
Learn how to give the best defense for marriage in day-to-day conversations.
Social science supports the wisdom that kids do best with a mom and a dad.
All of us can become more effective at articulating a convincing pro-marriage message. Please set aside some time to learn the most effective talking points, catch up on the most recent and compre-hensive research, and better understand the social science of marriage.
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