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12/12/2012

Bryan Fischer: Why wouldn't people abort gay babies?

by Jeremy Hooper
Screen Shot 2012-12-12 At 2.37.15 Pm "As I have said before, I suspect that not even homosexual activists today want the gay gene to be found, even if it exists, because of advances in prenatal genetic testing. It is now possible to routinely screen for 3500 genetic defects while a child is still in the womb.

So these activists rationally fear that pre born children who are detected with this gene will be aborted before they even have the chance to be born. After all, if 90% of babies in the womb who are diagnosed with Downs syndrome never draw their first breath, what are the chances that parents disposed to abortion will not exercise the same choice with regard to the gay gene?
" [SOURCE]

Please. The way this debate is going, I'm thinking future parents are going to be eager to create gay babies. The differentiation in compassion grows starker every day.

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