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09/17/2012

You are wrong, immoral, and need to change (**but don't be depressed or hurt yourself, please)

by Jeremy Hooper

Focus on the Family is *totally* concerned about the kind of mental anguish and depress that leads to the tragedy of LGBT suicide. But before getting to that little bit of unfortunate truth, the decades-old anti-LGBT special interest group will first mislead their readers into believing that LGBT people are innately broken, frequently molested, and in desperate need of fixing:

(*CL is Focus writer; JJ is Focus on the Family's resident "ex-gay," Jeff Johnston)
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Friday Five: Jeff Johnston [Citizenlink]

Hey, Focus: Stop focusing on us! We pro-life gays have actual human beings to protect.

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