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02/27/2014

Heritage Foundation's Anderson: I know several gay people opposed to own equality

by Jeremy Hooper

Despite admitting in his college newspaper that gay people have a calling to be "chaste," Heritage Foundation staffer Ryan T. Anderson says he has "several" gay friends in his personal life (don't all social conservatives)? And even though those of us who are gay and genuinely do spend a lot of time around LGBT people rarely come across even one living, breathing gay person who is against his or her own civil equality, it just so happens that Ryan is fortunate enough to have met the "several" gay people out there who do, in fact, see themselves as undeserving. What are the odds?

Clip:

(H/t: axl)

"Gays against gay marriage":it's the new "ex-gay!" Thousands visible only to those who benefit politically.

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