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10/14/2005

Sheldon suggests exorcising gays' gayness; particularly stupid queers ponder to which muscle group 'gayness' belongs

by Jeremy Hooper

   On the October 11 broadcast of Today's Issues, a Christian radio show that airs on the American Family Radio Network, The Traditional Value Coalition's Louis Sheldon told host Tim Wildmon:

"...once you enter into the culture, into the music, into the gay bars, into the gay literature, into the gay theater, and all of that kind of -- and gay travel -- once you immerse yourself into that, you have really put yourself into a groove that only a sort of an exorcism can release you from."

We've put a call into Sheldon asking whether he is deliberately trying to make his side look batsh*t crazy, or if his comments were more unintentionally damaging. We'll be sure to let you know when he doesn't respond.

And let's hope our gay friends will coat Mr. Sheldon with as much pea green vomit as the head-spinning Linda Blair.

Lou Sheldon suggested exorcism is necessary to "release" a person from homosexual lifestyle [MediaMatters]
**RELATED: Wildmon says gays 'slip it' into TV; we say, 'ouch, that sounds painful' [G-A-Y]

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