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03/31/2011

The sanctity of marred science: @AFAofIndiana pushes 'pray away the gay' programs

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association of Indiana is all kinds of pleased about the state legislature's step towards inscribing wanton bias into its most cherished governing document:


[WISH TV]

So that being the case, we just want to take a second and remind Hoosiers of what AFA of IN really seems to want for gay people. Overarching insight that can be gleaned by looking at the top two resource links the organization proudly features on its website:

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[AFA of IN]

Yes, that's right: They are pushing scientifically discredited "ex-gay" therapy, the baseless and deeply offensive idea that gays can and should "change." So forget "protecting marriage": Protecting their LGBT neighbors from themselves seems to be the AFA of Indiana's larger, more pervasive goal here.

Might be something worth mentioning, Indiana media.

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