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07/23/2012

AFA says Office Depot is pushing 'poor and dangerous choice'; not referring to company's paper options

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2012-07-23 At 11.45.32 AmThe American Family Association has found yet another company that is too accepting for their organizational liking. The latest target is Office Depot and, specifically, the company's partnership with Lady Gaga's Born This Way foundation:

Office Depot's support for the "Born this way" campaign is terribly irresponsible.

There is zero credible evidence that people are born gay. Homosexuality is a poor and dangerous choice, and has been proven to lead to a litany of health hazards to not only the individuals but also society as a whole.

By backing this social agenda, Office Depot is deceiving our nation's young people into accepting a lifestyle that has proven to increase their chances of becoming victims to alcohol and drug abuse, depression and even suicide. [
AFA]

Sure, AFA. Because the smart option is to let you all continue another few decades of expensive, divisive, brutally insensitive disinformation about LGBT people and just hope that young, vulnerable kids will find their way around your concerted "culture war" campaigns. That's worked well for us thus far, right?

Ugh. So nasty. More importantly: so, so dangerous.

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