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08/19/2013

AFA radio host: (Anti-equality) marriage movement is dead

by Jeremy Hooper

Anti-LGBT commentator Kevin McCullough has now admitted the obvious: his side lost the marriage fight.

But coupled with his concessions are last-ditch attempts to paint gay men as diseased (6:35 in second vid); the suggestion that our marriages will lead to men marrying puppies, trees, fence posts, and dump trucks (6:00 in first vid); the claim that incest laws will be the next to go (7:30 in sec on vid); and multiple claims that gay people "choose" our "behavior" (throughout). Kevin doesn't seem to realize that this is the very rhetoric that sped up his movement's demise in the first place!

Watch as much or as little as this three-part video series as you like:

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