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06/26/2014

Audio: Family Research Council again advocates for reparative therapy, portrays homosexuality as non-innocuous

by Jeremy Hooper

When you consider that Peter Sprigg has openly advocated for "exporting" gay people from the United States and criminal sanctions against homosexuality, the fact that he's denying that homosexuality is a valid sexual orientation is somewhat minor. But considering what a major player FRC remains within the conservative movement, it's best to keep track of all of it:

(*first voice is FRC prez Tony Perkins) [SOURCE: Washington Watch w/ Tony Perkins]

Right after Tony and Peter got done making being gay sound like a temporary temper tantrum, the press secretary for House Speaker John Boehner came on as the next guest. Because again, FRC is an establishment Republican organization. And they want us to not be who we really are. They don't even hide it.

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