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Focus on the Family: Gays want to indoctrinate (at least up until the point where we 'change' them)

by Jeremy Hooper

Focus on the Family staffers Candi Cushman, Jeff Johnston, and Stuart Shepard spend the first half of this video chastising those gays who'd want children to know the truth of their benign realities, writing off such peaceful recognition of the world's normalcy with words like "radical" and "agenda" and "indoctrination." But then the whole thing takes a turn towards the revelatory, proving who among us really wishes to indoctrinate with a preconceived agenda that cares not about credible science:

Nope, not screaming at the screen, Stuart. We're too busy screaming your own message -- the "ex-gay" one that you all are increasingly more confident to share, despite the obvious lack of pragmatism associated with such anti-science -- to an American public that is largely unaware of how far this fight goes. So why would we get mad at you Colorado Springs kids when you're only helping our cause?

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