Donna Pandori

An Agenda You Can Hang on Your Wall

Filed By Donna Pandori | July 21, 2009 5:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Fundie Watch, Politics

There is a very poorly written piece over at OneNewsNow - Ex-'gays' would suffer under 'hate crimes' law. As I read it I waited for the factual evidence but as usual there was none. The silliness in the article is based on "ex-gay" Greg Quinlan of Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays & Gays (PFOX) "opinion" of The Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act:

Quinlan believes the hate crimes bill will harm the ex-gay community.

"Every time now that I tell my testimony, talk about that change is possible, quote the science from the American Psychiatric Association, from the Human Genome Association, from professional organizations like N.A.R.T.H., I'm going to be persecuted," he argues. "The way this legislation reads, I could be arrested; I could be sued; I could be charged with a hate crime."

But this wasn't the best part.

While surfing over at PFOX I came across this very lovely graphical flowchart chart they obtained from the Alliance Defense Fund entitled "The Homosexual Agenda Overview". (Clickety to embiggen.)


So, there you have it. The "gay agenda" color coded and ready to hang.

There will be a test.

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A. J. Lopp | July 27, 2009 4:07 PM

Those people at PFOX think they've got us down pat, but in reality they are so clueless! For example, they missed our entire plot to inter-cut the next Super Bowl with subliminal out-takes from Bruno.