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04/29/2014

Janet Porter pits gay people against the heterosexuals who keep creating us

by Jeremy Hooper

Gay people are part of the natural kingdom. And might I remind you that ours is an overpopulated kingdom, even with quite a few LGB human beings thrown in the mix.

But of course to people like longtime anti-LGBT activist Janet Porter, we, the ever-existing gay people who were seemingly put here for a reason, are not to be viewed as part of the human fabric but rather as the scythe that will eventually tear apart its threads. Take a look:

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And if the planet were filled with only women, only men, only infertile couples, or only people of advanced age, there would also be a reproduction hazard. Fortunately, that is not our planet.

Why can't those who so fully believe in God's perfect plan trust that maybe—just maybe—the deity to whom you pray knows what said deity is doing?

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