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02/20/2014

AFA's reliably vile anti-gay rhetoric: Now with more heroin vials!

by Jeremy Hooper

Apparently this morning, when I kissed my husband of eleven years and told him to have a nice day, I had an equally valid option. Namely, heroin.

The American Family Association's Bryan Fischer "explains":

"It's very clear that homosexual conduct is as risky to human health as intravenous drug use," Fischer tells OneNewsNow. "I don't think there's any way in the world that the Hattiesburg City Council is going to draft an ordinance that promotes intravenous drug use. Why? Because it's risky to human health. They should have taken the same position on homosexual behavior."
SOURCE: One News Now

No, Bryan—risky sex of any kind is risky. Having gay sex is not, in and of itself, dangerous, much less in anything resembling the same ballpark as shooting heroin.

And unless you've been having eleven years of gay sex with your own secret husband, Bryan, I don't think you have any credibility to challenge me on what dude-love does to one's health.

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