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12/13/2010

'My Princess Boy' stirs controversy, say mixing bowl and spoon

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2010-12-13 At 11.54.01 Am-1This from Focus on the Family and pro-"ex-gay" Christian counselor Rob Jackson:

( click to play audio clip)
*AUDIO SOURCE: Book ‘My Princess Boy’ Stirs Controversy [FoTF's CitizenLink]

Commentary that'll hopefully inspire author Cheryl Kilodavis to start a second book titled, Wait, When Exactly Did I Ask You?

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*Learn more about My Princess Boy

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