Televangelist Pat Robertson and the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) on Friday were added to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation's (GLAAD) Commentator Accountability Project (CAP).

GLAAD earlier this month debuted the project with 36 conservatives, most of whom are frequent guests on cable and network news programs and are often quoted in the mainstream media.

“Both NOM and Pat Robertson this week further exposed the depths to which they are willing to go to turn Americans against their LGBT friends, family, co-workers and neighbors,” said GLAAD spokesperson Herndon Graddick. “If the media is going to include the voices of NOM or Robertson in any story about LGBT people, it has the responsibility to inform its audience about who these people truly are, and the insidious tactics they employ to derail equality for every American.”

On the project's website, GLAAD documents Robertson's long record of opposing gay rights, including the suggestion that gay sex is “somehow related to demonic possession.”

(Related: Pat Robertson advises woman to shun gay sister's wedding.)

Five conservatives closely associated with NOM – Brian Brown, Maggie Gallagher, Christopher Plante, Jennifer Roback Morse and Robert George – were included in the group's original list.

The recent controversy over the revelation that NOM attempted to pit minorities against gay marriage supporters tops NOM's entry on CAP.

(Related: Maggie Gallagher defends anti-gay marriage group's race-baiting memos.)