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Linda Harvey: Gay parenting is akin to child abuse

by Jeremy Hooper

Screen Shot 2013-10-02 At 9.24.26 AmIn a column where she also accuses same-sex couples of using our children as "props to be trotted out, sadly, at events like 'pride' parades," anti-LGBT activist Linda Harvey claims loving gay parents are being cruel to their children, and lesbian parents, in particular, are rearing their children in a way that is "close to child abuse":

"Dadlessness is a significant deficit in a child's life, but to do it deliberately, cavalierly, is close to child abuse. Every child deserves to know mom and dad. Homosexual parenting, deliberately excluding either a mom or dad, does not make sense, child-welfare-wise, and is frankly, cruel."

—Viciously anti-LGBT advocate Linda Harvey, writing for the, ahem, American Thinker. Full article here.

And with this wholly self unaware misuse of it, the word "cruel" no longer has any meaning. Thanks for breaking that too, anti-LGBT movement.

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