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03/10/2014

FRC Sr. Vice President: Gayness 'leads to the withering of the soul and the erosion of society'

by Jeremy Hooper

The ever obsessed Family Research Council is still hoping to convince the world that we LGBT folks are dangerous to both ourselves and Earth. Here's one more for the archives:

Screen Shot 2014-03-10 At 2.00.18 Pm"Not to uphold the Bible’s teaching on human sexuality is to show a lack of love. Sexual intimacy as God intended it - within the covenant of marriage between one man and one woman - is beautiful, life-affirming, and life-giving. Sexual intimacy outside these parameters, however enjoyable transiently, leads to the withering of the soul and the erosion of society."
—Family Research Council Sr. Vice President Rob Schwarzwalder, writing specifically about homosexuality

Only transiently enjoyable? Well there's your problem right there, Mr. S! Seek permanence, or at the very least a longer, ahem, session. Men can do kegel exercises too, ya know.

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