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05/21/2012

The gay 'solution' as backed by Alliance Defense Fund, Focus on the Family, more

by Jeremy Hooper

Call me alarmist if you must, but when a speaker at a world conference with backing from American powerhouses like Focus on the Family and the Alliance Defense Fund hosts a plenary session with a threatening title like "Solutions to Homosexual Behavior," I get a tad uneasy:

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[World Congress of Families conference]

It's not just Focus on the Family or ADF, either. Representatives from Family Research Council, Concerned Women For America, and a host of other "pro-family" groups will be on hand to watch the highly repudiated Richard Cohen try to "solve" a problem like Maria as they see it.

I don't know, there's just something about solutions. They're so, um—final.

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