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06/25/2012

FRC's Peter Sprigg: It always comes back to gays 'choosing their behavior'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council's Senior Policy Fellow—Tony Perkins' second in command, essentially—continues to show how far-right and openly hostile his organization is to sexual orientation science in general, telling openly extreme anti-LGBT activist voice Peter LaBarbera that this civil rights conversation on marriage always comes back to the supposed "fact" that gays are always free to "choose their behavior":

SOURCE: [AFTAH]

When they say they want to "change" us, BELIEVE THEM! This goes double for you, American mainstream media bookers who continue to schedule people like Sprigg on air to talk about policy!!

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