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10/07/2005

Stoner and acid tripper breeding duties complete, 'Time' now turns attention to producing homos

by Jeremy Hooper

Responding to this week's Time magazine cover story on "gay teens," "Concerned Women" Robert Knight and Benjamin Frichtl have launched a verbal tantrum on the Concerned Women for America website, in which they attempt to paint the article as a recruitment tool by homo-gay activists. As they meticulously detail all of the malfeasance they see in the Time piece, the duo humorously/unbelievably/what the f**kedly compare this gay-centric report to Time articles past, saying:

"...the overall impact of the article helps validate the idea of “gay kids,” and will undoubtedly induce some to act out their sexual curiosity since so many others appear to be doing so. The constant focus on homosexuality becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy, much as TIME’s frequent articles during the 1960s and 1970s about the “growing phenomenon” of illicit drug use helped spur some kids to try marijuana and LSD."

Illicit drug use, acceptance of one's self - Tomato, tomahto. Though if you view us through the poo brown-colored glasses of the Concerned Women For America...

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...I guess the distance between "i'm gay, and that's okay" and tripping on acid is only a hop, skip, and a 'mo hating jump.

Time Magazine, School Event Expose Massive Cultural Campaign to Promote Homosexuality to Kids [CWFA]

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