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05/24/2013

Anti-gay kids book author Amber Dee Parker: Gay couples need to break their mortgages and flee 'the Enemy'

by Jeremy Hooper

Earlier this week, I introduced you to Amber Dee Parker and her anti-gay children's book, which both the American Family Association's Tim Wildmon and the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg have endorsed. Now to round out the week, let's get more advice from Ms. Parker, this time directed at gay adults:


[SOURCE: Blog Talk Radio]

I'm totally seeing her next book: "Heather Had Two Mommies, But Mommy #1 Listened to Faith-Driven Heterosexuals' Personally-Held Condemnations And Decided to Get An "Ex-gay" Therapist And A Property Lawyer Instead."

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