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Of course Bryan Fischer's bizarre obsession with homosexuality is *our* fault (#AlwaysTheVictim)

by Jeremy Hooper

It's not an overstatement to say that this gent talks about LGBT people at least every other day on his American Family Association radio show, assembling one of the most over-the-top quote banks in all of anti-gaydom. But you can't blame Bryan Fischer for being so peculiarly focused. After all, those pesky homosexuals just want stop acknowledging their homosexuality:

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Yeah! Women should stop talking about being women. Parents should stop talking about being parents. Democrats and Republicans should stop talk about being either. In fact, all human beings should stop talking about their realities. After all, Bryan has some rounds of golf to play, and we're all keeping him from it.

Oh, oh, but I almost forgot: white, conservative, male, evangelical Christians can absolutely continue talking about their desired placement within an American patriarchy of their own insistent design. Get it straight (and only straight), my fellow citizens!

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