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10/31/2012

Focus on the Family to America: We will never stop pushing junk science as gay 'cure'; our newer, softer image is all a ruse

by Jeremy Hooper

Who says Focus on the Family isn't into diversity? I mean, just look at this new list. They give supporters several different ways to pray away the gay:

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But hey, who can blame the Focus workers? I mean, Sudoko puzzles lose their fun pretty quickly. Crosswords are so last century. iPhone games can be hard on the eyes. What choice have they but to "solve" the "puzzle" that is homosexuality?

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