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01/03/2012

Man who recently spoke right after Mitt Romney at top GOP event: 'Let's fine gay sex'

by Jeremy Hooper

In a post wherein he equates homosexuality in general with unprotected sex in porn, the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer -- a man who routinely gets major booking right alongside GOP presidential frontrunners -- comes out and admits what we all know: That he wants gay sex punishable by a fine or other means:

Homosexual sex ought to be against public policy, simply as a matter of public health. It is behavior which is immoral, unnatural and unhealthy.

Following the lead of homosexual activists, let’s make unprotected gay sex subject to a fine, out of compassion for homosexuals and out of a desire to do what we can to protect their fragile sexual health. It’s a place to start
FULL: Penalty For Gay Sex: Whatever Gay activists want it to be [AFA]

The whole piece is reprehensible on its face. But it's even more egregious when you consider that Bryan completely misrepresents the central notion of his piece. He says that a Los Angeles ballot initiative deciding whether adult film actors must wear condoms is about gay porn in particular. In truth, the ballot initiative is in regards to the adult film industry at large. It's not a homosexuality debate -- it's an adult film performance debate!

But with Bryan, criminal sanctions on homosexuality are the preconceived given. Whatever he says to get from point A to point B? Purely semantics.

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*Don't think Bryan Fischer matters? Well ask yourself: Do you get this kind of access?

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