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09/11/2013

FRC needs ca$h so it can fund LGBT people's 'healing'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council is currently in the middle of a fundraising campaign, hoping to raise over three million dollars by month's end. To do this, they are doing what FRC does most reliably: telling Americans that LGBT people are destructive and in need of healing:

(Highlighting is my own)

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[2013 Campaign for the American Family]

Well, we actually agree on one thing: We LGBT people have neither "lifestyles" or "preferences;" we have lives, orientations, and identities.

Raise thirty million dollars if you want, FRC. It won't finance a better outcome for your deeply offensive mission.

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