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01/07/2014

Robert Oscar Lopez: Paths to same-sex parenting recall 'many of the worst vices against humanity that have been committed in past eras'

by Jeremy Hooper

Self-described bisexual Robert Oscar Lopez is continuing his trade of using the harshest language he can dream up in order to decry the various paths to same-sex parenting. In his latest, he claims the whole thing calls to mind 'many of the worst vices against humanity that have been committed in past eras'.

Clip is cued to pertinent point, but feel free to watch the whole thing:

What to say, really, other than, "readjust your fantasy life."

Or, on second thought, don't. The day the anti-equality movement moves on to making our families sound like they are laying the groundwork to something on par with gulags or concentration camps is the day we LGBT activists can all move on to new interests. Like raising awesome kids.

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