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06/20/2014

One day prior to #March4Marriage, sponsor hosts lecturer who says incest is 'not quite as bad as homosexual practice'

by Jeremy Hooper

The Family Research Council was a chief sponsor of the National Organization For Marriage's so-called "march for marriage," providing a speaker to the march and earning thanks and praise from the podium. One day before the march, FRC showed just how anti-gay it is as an organization when it hosted an in-office lecture wherein noted anti-gay activist Robert Gagnon came right out and asserted that incest is better than homosexuality in the eyes of God. Polygamy is much better, he stipulates. In fact, only bestiality is worse, claims Gagnon:

SOURCE: Family Research Council

But no, the March For Marriage wasn't against anyone. How dare we think such a thing?

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