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10/01/2012

Bryan Fischer refers to LGBT kids as 'mentally disordered'; further connects animus to his movement

by Jeremy Hooper

The American Family Association's top voice says the following about the state of California's awesome decision to ban so-called reparative therapy:

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A grown adult sitting in his place of cushy privilege and telling vulnerable teens that they are "mentally disordered." Oh, what a tough guy you are, Bryan. Such nobility.

Be sure to look for Bryan's next tweet, where I hear he'll bemoan schools' policies against mentally ordered teens pursuing "Smear the Queer" tournaments.

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