Clerk jailed for refusing same-sex marriage licenses writes of "furious, fist-pounding homosexual men"

Rowan County county clerk Kim Davis famously refused to issue licenses to gay couples after same-sex marriage was legalized in Kentucky. She was briefly jailed for contempt of court after refusing a judge's order to do her job or quit it, making her a hero to conservatives. Now she is writing a book.

"Under God's Authority: The Kim Davis Story" is being promoted and sold by the Orlando-based Liberty Counsel, which defended Davis in her legal battles and describes itself as "a nationwide public interest religious civil liberties law firm."

A description of the book says "Kim chronicles her dramatic encounters with furious, fist-pounding, homosexual men and the hate mail that flooded her office."

Nate McDermott: