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12/14/2012

Focus on the Family's Glenn Stanton: Gays are 'cultural constructs', 'political statements'; only fifty years old

by Jeremy Hooper

The man who has called homosexuality "a particularly evil lie of Satan" is now claiming that we are all just fallen heterosexuals who have adopted an identity for political purposes:


Janet Mefferd Show, 12/13/12 [AFTAH]

Because that really is what we were all thinking when we were scared teens in our rural towns. "How can I help mine political opportunity out of my burgeoning attractions?" we all asked.

Ugh.

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