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02/14/2012

Peter Sprigg gives thought to sexual orientation science; and by thought, I mean middle finger

by Jeremy Hooper
6A00D8341C503453Ef0168E67F488A970C"…ex-gay is a sexual orientation, just as much as being gay is."

-Peter Sprigg, the Family Research Council's Senior Policy Fellow, a frequent TV pundit, and also a major voice within the current campaign to stop marriage equality in Maryland [SOURCE]

Four out of five credible scientists disagree. The fifth refuses to even dignify such silliness.

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